MLB's very best players take the field at the All-Star Game on Tuesday. But which of them is the Face of Baseball?
Could the talented rookies someday compare to Willie Mays and Mickey Mantle?
Willie Mays' spectacular run, grab and throw in the '54 Series remains the top defensive play of all time.
He is the ghost of Marlins postseasons past. Uh, better make that postseason past.
Hitting home runs seems all too easy for Barry Bonds. But breaking the all-time HR record still appears unlikely.
Willie Mays, Hank Aaron and Stan Musial now lead the list of Greatest Living Players.
The Hall of Fame made sweeping changes at the board of directors' annual meeting.