Hall-of-Fame catcher Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez actually had to choose between his scheduled wedding and his MLB debut in 1991.
Ted Williams is remembered as one of the greatest hitters in MLB history. When he died, he became known as the Hall of Famer who was decapitated.
Hall of Fame baseball player Andre Dawson operates a Miami-area funeral home.
Roy Halladay’s plane crash and death shocked the sports world in 2017. Halladay tweeted a week before he was performing death-defying stunts that ultimately cost him his life.
Sammy Sosa dueled with Mark McGwire in 1998 in the race to break the MLB record for home runs in a season.
Bob Uecker was a better catcher than a hitter in the major leagues in the 1960s before becoming a popular baseball announcer and TV personality.
Barry Bonds’ record-breaking 756th home run ball sold for nearly $750,000 in 2008, but where is it now and how did it get there?
Joe Morgan was a key member of the great Cincinnati Reds teams in the 1970s and continued in baseball after his 1990 induction into the Hall of Fame.
Gerrit Cole and Stephen Strasburg have shots at reaching a milestone that no overall No. 1 draft pick has ever hit in Major League Baseball.
Larry Walker might be a Hall of Fame baseball player, but he’ll be trying his hand at another sport in the coming days.
Frank Thomas carried ‘The Big Hurt’ moniker throughout his career, and it might be one of the best MLB nicknames of all time.
Roger Clemens is one of the most polarizing figures in baseball. Despite his incredible resume a few scandals could keep him out of the Hall of Fame.
Mickey Mantle is one of the most dominant baseball players ever. Despite all this success, many fans think Mantle could have been even better.
Hank Aaron was a stellar baseball player with a long pro career, but a recent honor for him had nothing to do with his work on the field.
In January, Derek Jeter received 396 of 397 Hall of Fame votes. It seems like we may never find out who was behind that one negative ballot.
Dustin Pedroia played a crucial role in two World Series titles for the Red Sox, but is he a Hall of Fame second baseman?
There is one aspect of the former Yankees great’s illustrious career that stands outs from the rest in his two decades in the majors.
Should Barry Bonds be in the Baseball Hall of Fame? What about Curt Schilling? It all depends on how you interpret the character clause.
Over the years many great athletes have graced the infamous Wheaties box. But who was the first athlete to ever appear on the box?
Every year, baseball welcomes new members to the MLB Hall of Fame. Let’s look at the net worth of each of these legendary honorees.