Former Orioles ace Mussina misses out on Hall of Fame; Guerrero, Thome among four elected
Former Orioles ace Mike Mussina saw his vote total climb again in the balloting for the Baseball Hall of Fame, but missed out on induction, while Chipper Jones, Vladimir Guerrero, Jim Thome, and Trevor Hoffman earned induction as the class of 2018.
Lots of love -- and snubs -- for Orioles in Sports Illustrated's 'Greatest' book
Sports Illustrated's "Baseball's Greatest" book lists Cal Ripken Jr's as the second greatest all-time shortstop, while Brooks Robinson is listed as the fifth-best third basemen in history.
Orioles broadcasters Angel and Hunter up for Ford C. Frick Award
Orioles radio voice Joe Angel and MASN's Jim Hunter are among 41 still in the running for the 2013 Ford C. Frick Award, presented annually by the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Brooks Robinson on the Hall of Fame and the Orioles
Ron Santo elected to Hall of Fame by Golden Era Committee
Chicago Cubs third baseman Ron Santo has been elected to the Hall of Fame by the 16 members of the Hall's Golden Era Committee.
Reader alert: The great migration
Who was this year's biggest Hall of Fame snub?
HOF: Results announced
HOF: Veterans Committee on deck
What goes up
When it comes to Blyleven, Hall voters are behind curve
Yankees beat O's to signing Strawberry Outfielder may make debut here after All-Star break
Time is here to catch up on Niekro, Sutton
Halls of Fame are not designed for 'causes'
This Philadelphia story takes place in Cooperstown
Robinson-Schmidt debate swings on defense vs. power CLOSE CALL AT THIRD
Third spot is rarefied air enough for Steve McNair
Tossing a no-hitter at the Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame locks temporarily locked out
There are plenty of diamond jewels on the upcoming Hall of Fame ballot
Jackson blasts way into Hall of Fame as lone inductee REGGIE
Reggie's ego was only thing bigger than home-run swing
Voters shouldn't forget Cepeda, Santo for Hall of Fame consideration
Voters can write Vincent's wrong by adding Rose to Hall of Fame ballot
College football's upper crust shows no signs of flaking
Hall of Fame needs to make room for at least dozen more
Jenkins has always been someone special
No Lowenstein, but Hall can add Carew, Fingers