Rafael Palmeiro

Baltimore Orioles #25 - First Base

  • Born: 09/24/64
  • Age: 49
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 190

A Day In Wrigley Field History: May 11, 1988

This was a day when a 22-year-old pitcher came of age.

A look at a forgotten free agent: Ervin Santana

Ervin Santana hasn't gotten much press lately, but there's reason to believe he can be a solid pitcher for a new team. His adoption of the sinker makes him a ground ball threat who can pitch effectively whether ahead or behind in the count.

Sorry, A-Rod, you brought this on yourself

Res ipsa loquitur, Mr. Rodriguez.

2014 Hall of Fame profile: Rafael Palmeiro

Rafael Palmeiro has the numbers to be a sure-fire Hall of Famer. He won't be, though.

Pujols, Jack Clark and the Future of Dumb Jocks

Jack Clark assured his radio show's listeners that Albert Pujols was a roider. Clark was fired when Pujols assured the radio station that there would be litigation.

It Was 25 Years Ago Today...

The lights went on for baseball at Wrigley Field for the first time on August 8, 1988. That game never made it to five innings, so it's not in the record books. Here's what happened on that night 25 years ago.

Orioles HR Derby History: From Murray to Davis

Murray, Ripken, and Davis bookend the Orioles' representation at the Home Run Derby.

Biogenesis Probe Gets Stickier after Info Leaked

Who benefits most from leaking information that players refused to talk to MLB investigators? Is it all one big public relations maneuver?

Rick Reilly basically accuses Davis of PED use

Rick Reilly is still upset about the steroids era, and he's taking it out on Chris Davis.

The Dumbest Sports Column Ever Written

That's a pretty provocative headline, given the dumbness we often see today in mainstream media sports columns. Read it and I think you'll agree.

INSERT NAME HERE has damaged the game of baseball

Baseball may never recover from the latest PED scandal, whatever it may be, says A Very Important Sportswriter

Sosa and Palmeiro can say goodbye to Cooperstown

In the most recent Hall of Fame vote, Sosa and Palmeiro were closer to falling below 5 percent and losing their eligibility than you thought.

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