Sports Illustrated’s Tom Verducci says that if Freddie Freeman was given a chance to re-do his stint in free agency, he would have re-signed with the Atlanta Braves.
Tonight’s Baseball Hall of Fame Announcement // Tom Verducci is Serious About His Hall of Fame Ballot – 1/25 (Hour 3)
(00:00) John Heyman was on the MLB Network to talk about his Hall of Fame ballots and how he’s out on steroid guys… except for Barry Bonds. The guys share their thoughts on the Baseball Hall of Fame. (15:09) What if Brady doesn’t retire and chooses to leave...
Offseason activity in Major League Baseball has ceased due to the team owners locking out the players once their collective bargaining agreement expired. But December and January is a time when Baseball Writers Association of America members eligible to vote for the Hall of Fame consider and submit their ballots for the 2022 class.
'Kyle Wright was the key' — Braves' manager Brian Snitker speaks with Tom Verducci on Atlanta's Game 4 Win
Atlanta Braves' manager Brian Snitker speaks with Tom Verducci about their Game 4 win against the Houston Astros in the World Series. Snitker credits the majority of success to pitcher Kyle Wright and speaks on what it means to be one game away from winning the World Series.
It's hard to objectively label one team's championship efforts, after a long, trying season, as the single "greatest" that we've ever seen. Depending on which city you live in, or which teams you follow, or which players you idolize, it might be hard to shake your bias and choose one as the objective "best" championship story above all the others. But there are definitely a handful that stand out, and for longtime sportswriter Tom Verducci, it was the only one that brought a 108-year drought to an end.
No one is better at unearthing golden nuggets about baseball than Tom Verducci. Considering he’s a New York Times bestselling author and three-time national sportswriter of the year, that shouldn’t be a surprise. But even though he never played professionally, his ability to provide context for all types of game situations makes him an excellent addition to any baseball broadcast.