USA TODAY Sports' Ted Berg and Bob Nightengale discuss the election of Tim Raines, Jeff Bagwell and Ivan Rodriguez into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Did the Baseball Writers Association of America get it right?
USA TODAY Sports' Steve Gardner and Jorge L. Ortiz talk about the aftermath of arguably the best seven-game World Series ever in major league history. The Chicago Cubs snapped a 108-year drought without ever winning a championship and won the World Series for the first time since 1908. Meanwhile, the Cleveland Indians, who haven't won since 1948, the drought continues.
The Braves’ firing of Fredi Gonzalez left an absence of Latin Americans as major-league managers and brought to light Major League Baseball’s glaring need to reassess its process for incorporating minorities in front-office positions. Ted Berg and Jorge Ortiz of USA TODAY Sports have a strong discussion about what the league can — and should — do. Read Jorge's story at: www.usatoday.com/story/sports/mlb/2016/06/01/mlb-no-latino-managers-domestic-violence/85237360/ Subscribe and rate us on...
Live from New York it's Bob Nightengale and Ted Berg! The USA TODAY Sports duo catch a moment to sit down and dissect the AL East -- from the Blue Jays' surprising struggles to the Red Sox's first-place start and everything in between. Bob and Ted also tackle the curious case of Matt Harvey, and what it will take to get him going. Subscribe and rate us on iTunes!
Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza were easy selections into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Bob Nightengale and Ted Berg of USA TODAY Sports discuss their elections, along with the near misses by Jeff Bagwell and Tim Raines, the Barry Bonds-Roger Clemens debate and who might be the Class of 2017.
USA TODAY Sports' Ted Berg and Bob Nightengale look at the Hall of Fame elections, whether or not Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens will finally make the Hall and why Trevor Hoffman needs to wait for Sandman to enter.
USA TODAY Sports' Gabe Lacques and Ted Berg break down the Toronto Blue Jays vs. Kansas City Royals American League Championship Series. They also discuss the infamous bat flip by Jose Bautista, was it the right or wrong thing to do?