Who Was On The Ballots Of The Hall Of Fame Voters Refusing To Go Public?

For just the second time, the Baseball Writers' Association of America has given its voters the option of having their Hall of Fame ballots made public. Of the 569 voters who cast ballots, only 108 chose to reveal who they voted for. (Of course, many more discussed their selections in their own columns—194 of them, … » 1/10/13 10:10am 1/10/13 10:10am

According To Exit Polls, Nobody Will Make The Baseball Hall Of Fame

The results of 2013 Baseball Hall of Fame voting will be announced on Wednesday, and this year represents a unique ballot. Steroid users, suspected steroid users, a cocaine user, a catcher, Jack Morris. Want a preview? Baseball Think Factory has compiled the votes from every writer that made their vote public… » 1/03/13 10:10am 1/03/13 10:10am

Who Are The Computers Voting For? We Ask Siri And Others For Advice

I'm about to go vote, and I haven't read up much on the issues. I don't know which candidate loves America more or who has the bigger penis. So I asked the only objective sources I could find: computers. In case you're still on the fence, I've copied their advice below. » 11/06/12 10:15am 11/06/12 10:15am

White Sox Bribing Fans To Vote Jake Peavy To The All-Star Team

It's time again for the stumpin' and campaignin' of the All-Star Game Final Vote, which I reluctantly capitalize since it's not a particularly creative branding (No "Plus One?" Or "Let's Get The Japanese Fans On Our Mailing Lists?"), and it's not particularly final, since most of these guys will get on as injury… » 7/02/12 6:20pm 7/02/12 6:20pm