Hall of Fame
Smoltz’s Hall of Fame speech illuminated a growing problem at the youth level of the sport.
The towering left-hander, nicknamed the Big Unit, was enshrined Sunday.
Bob St. Clair an imposing tackle once named to the All-1950’s NFL team, died Monday night in Santa Rosa at age 84 after complications from a broken hip, according to the Santa Rosa Press Democrat.
Baseball’s home run king and former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds, whose induction into baseball’s Hall of Fame has been denied by the voting sportswriters, has been elected into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame.
Not many Governors can say they were inducted into the Wrestling Hall of Fame…
The best-known non-member of the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame says Barry Bonds does not deserve to be excluded from Cooperstown either, reports ESPN.
In an expansive 42-minute news conference marking his election to baseball’s Hall of Fame, Randy Johnson mixed humor, memories and humility in recalling a career he called “a great ride.”
Barry Bonds, who holds the single-season and all-time home run records, still held back by steroids.
The Livermore High School graduate pitched 22 seasons with Montreal, Seattle, Houston, Arizona, the New York Yankees and San Francisco, compiling a 303-166 career record.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced their 2015 inductee class last night and this year’s honorees are: Green Day, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Bill Withers, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and the late Lou Reed.