Owners in pinstriped suits. Umpires. General managers. But players? Not so much. Welcome to the Baseball Hall of Fame's future.
Baseball headlines we just might really see in the year to come, all the way from next week's Hall of Fame announcement to your 2013 World Series champion.
Think Congress is too polarized to accomplish anything meaningful these days? It's got nothin' on the writers organization trying to decide who to put in baseball's Hall of Fame.
The Hall of Fame puts a positive spin on all its candidates for induction. But here's the real skinny on the newcomers to the ballot.
Can't get your arms around this crazy extra wild card? Neither can Jim Caple. So here's an alternate proposal: expansion! Your move, baseball.
Still harboring the illusion that your favorite team will make the playoffs? Here's a handy guide to bring you back to reality.
It's a long shot, but the cause is good. Former Expo Warren Cromartie is pushing to bring baseball back to Montreal.
That Roger Clemens comeback with the Sugar Land Skeeters this weekend? To Jim Caple, it's got the makings of a movie plot, hatched with some of the Rocket's friends who have their own Hall of Fame issues.
What's not to love about the 10 worst ballparks in the history of the game? Where do we begin?
Tim Lincecum has had tremendous success in his four seasons with the Giants. And his father has followed along with great interest.
What's in store for Roger Clemens, once he finally takes the mound for the Yankees? Jim Caple takes a look in his crystal ball.
Jim Caple gives us a peek at the riveting speech Roger Clemens delivered to his Yankees brethren.
A lingering hamstring strain cut short Roger Clemens' start, and the Astros hope it won't be his last.
He's 43, and his back hurts. But Roger Clemens is still the Rocket, starting Houston's first-ever World Series game.
The only surprising thing about Roger Clemens' decision to come out of retirement is that he made it so quickly.
The Yankees spent and spent and spent this season. And all it got them was a loss in the World Series.