Upon Further Review By Jim Henneman
Fifty Years Ago, Baseball Took A Back Seat To Tragic Moments
Jim Henneman recalls covering an exhibition series between the Baltimore Orioles and Atlanta Braves in April 1968, when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated.
Jim Henneman's Final 2018 Spring Training Reflections
In looking back at 45 trips to spring training, Jim Henneman says it's a classic case of first impressions being the most lasting, and in many cases the most meaningful.
Jim Henneman: For Social Media Era Reporters, Spring Training Is No Day At The Beach
Jim Henneman reflects on how social media and new technology have changed the role of sports reporters and made covering a major league team much more demanding.
Is Former Yankees Manager Joe Girardi Destined To Become The New Buck Showalter?
Jim Henneman asks if former Yankees manager Joe Girardi is destined to become the new Buck Showalter -- the guy left behind at just the wrong time?
Tampa Bay Rays Looking To Take Baseball Back To The Future
Jim Henneman says the Rays may be poised to use a five-day rotation the way it was meant to be used: with a revolving door supplying the fifth starter as needed. But that could be bad news for the Orioles.
Baseball's New Math Formula: Subtraction By Addition
Could MLB teams actually move to a six-man rotation? Jim Henneman calls this "subtraction by addition," where adding more just leaves you with less in the end.
Jim Henneman Shares Observations From Orioles Spring Training: Feb. 27
Jim Henneman checks in from Orioles spring training with thoughts on Kevin Gausman, a pitch for "Miracle On Ice 2" and more.
Jim Henneman Shares Observations From Orioles Spring Training: Feb. 26
Jim Henneman shares his thoughts on the Red Sox/J.D. Martinez courtship, the Yankees' interest in Manny Machado and Orioles prospect Ryan Mountcastle.
Jim Henneman Goes To Orioles Spring Training The Old Fashion Way
Jim Henneman wanted to come as close as possible to re-creating a MLB road trip the old fashioned way, so he took the train to Sarasota Fla., for Orioles spring training.
2018 Hall Of Fame Voting Sets Up 'Perfect Storm' For Next Few Years
Jim Henneman says the results of baseball's 2018 Hall of Fame show that the pro and con attitudes about steroid use appear to be headed for a perfect storm scenario with the next few years.
When It Comes To Hall Of Fame Enshrinement, It Isn't Supposed To Be Easy
Jim Henneman says when it comes to voting for baseball's Hall of Fame it's supposed to be tough. If it wasn't, any discussion would be a waste of time.
Even Baseball Hall Of Famers Have Trouble Deciding Who's A Hall Of Famer
Jim Henneman weighs in on Jack Morris and Alan Trammell's selection to the Baseball Hall of Fame earlier this month, and his own process of filling out his Hall of Fame ballot.
Yankees, Aaron Boone Show Baseball Managers Aren't What They Used To Be
Jim Henneman says the Yankees decision to name Aaron Boone as the team's skipper proves managers don't have the same clout as their predecessors.
'Financially Enhanced' Trades, Such As Giancarlo Stanton Deal, Shouldn't Be Allowed
Jim Henneman says the Marlins' trade of Giancarlo Stanton to the Yankees is just the latest example of a team buying its way out of a contract it couldn't afford in the first place, and MLB shouldn't allow these types of deals.