LaRussa Carved Distinct Path On The Road To Cooperstown

the announcement was made that Tony LaRussa had been selected for induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. For the most successful manager born within the last century, the honor is due and he saw to achieving it on his own terms.

Black History Month: Bob Trice

Imagine yourself back in 1953 in Philadelphia. You are on the mound for your major league debut, and you walk out to a thunderous boo.

Black History Month: Curt Flood Broke A Different Barrier

Flood’s most important contribution to baseball is his challenge of the game’s vaunted anti-trust exception, and how he helped usher in a new era of player rights and rising salaries.

Tony LaRussa Announces Retirement

The winningest manager in Cardinals history is going out on top.

BBA Names Arizona’s Gibson, Tampa Bay’s Maddon Top Managers

Top Blogger Organization Awards Connie Mack Award For 2011

Baseball Bloggers Alliance Ballot: NL Manager Of The Year

I-70 Baseball names their top 3 managers of the year in the National League, as part of the Baseball Bloggers Alliance.

Baseball Bloggers Alliance Ballot: NL Manager Of The Year

Bill Ivie casts his vote for the Baseball Bloggers Alliance Manager Of The Year ballot, The Connie Mack Award.

Tony LaRussa: The Man St. Louis Loves To Hate

Tony LaRussa will leave the Cardinals at some point. Is 2010 going to bring the change fans anticipate at the helm of the team?