Examining the recent difficult decisions by the Baseball Hall of Fame on hat choices as Mike Mussina has the option of going in this year as a Yankee or Oriole.
Schmuck: Hats off to Mike Mussina, but which hat will he wear in the Hall of Fame — Orioles or Yankees?
The Hall of Fame and Mike Mussina will decide which team he'll represent when he is inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in July. Will it be the Orioles, the Yankees or neither.
Former Orioles ace Mike Mussina split his career between Baltimore and the New York Yankees. He said Tuesday he can't choose one over the other for the cap on his Hall of Fame plaque, and he's far from the first to face such a dilemma.
Mike Mussina, the right-handed pitcher who anchored the Orioles rotation in the 1990s and remains the last homegrown ace the franchise developed, will join Mariano Rivera, Roy Halladay and Edgar Martínez in the Baseball Hall of Fame’s Class of 2019.
'As deserving as they come': Fellow Hall of Famers, former teammates react to Mike Mussina's election
Former teammates and fellow Hall of Famers gave their thoughts on former Orioles ace Mike Mussina being elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Mike Mussina, who will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in July, won 18 games in his first full major league season in 1992 and veteran starter Rick Sutcliffe could see back then that this day would come.
A pair of MLB Network analysts who faced Mike Mussina plenty — Hall of Famer Jim Thome and Kevin Millar — feel strongly that this should be the year Mussina is enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
With Mike Mussina up for possible Hall of Fame induction, Orioles' pitching development problem persists
Mike Mussina, who could be enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame this year, is still the last homegrown Orioles starter to even make an All-Star Game.
The four players who were predicted to gain induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame got in, meaning that there will be a total of six players inducted on July 29 counting Modern Era Committee inductees Alan Trammell and Jack Morris.
Former Orioles ace Mike Mussina is climbing up the Hall of Fame ballot thanks to an informed subset of voters who are analyzing his case outside the traditional means.
Former Orioles ace Mike Mussina continues to gain Hall of Fame support, but is he now more likely to get the call from Cooperstown?