Upon Further Review By Jim Henneman
Bud Selig, First Time Voters Help Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens Hall Of Fame Push
Jim Henneman says the younger Hall of Fame voters get, the more forgiving they become, which could potentially lead to "PED Poster Boys" Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens getting to Cooperstown, N.Y.
Jim Henneman: Starting The New Year With A Clean Slate
Jim Henneman shares his final thoughts on the sports year of 2016, from the Orioles and Mike Mussina's Hall of Fame credentials to Michael Phelps and David Ortiz and more.
Wes Unseld's Impact On Court Met Only By His Character
Jim Henneman reflects on his days as the Baltimore Bullets PR director and the impact Wes Unseld had on the court and in the community.
World Series Could Be Logistical Nightmare Under New CBA
Jim Henneman says Major League Baseball's new World Series home-field advantage rule will be a challenge for just about everyone except the teams involved.
For John Schuerholz, Path To Baseball Hall Of Fame Started With Orioles
Jim Henneman looks back at how John Schuerholz's Hall of Fame career began when he made the jump from junior high school teacher to major league executive with the Baltimore Orioles.
It's Time For MLB To Change The Option Rule
Jim Henneman says Orioles pitcher Kevin Gausman is a prime example of why it's time for Major League Baseball to change the option rule.
With Influence Of Sabermetrics, BBWAA Needs To Rethink Value
Mike Trout may have run away with the AL MVP voting and ranked as the league's best in WAR, but Jim Henneman says that doesn't make him the most valuable player.
A Guaranteed Way To Shorten Baseball Games
Jim Henneman says the game of baseball is fine, but if MLB commissioner Rob Manfred wants to speed it up, he needs to start at the top.
When Does Most Outstanding Player Equal Most Valuable Player?
Jim Henneman says WAR, or wins above replacement, is not always an accurate representation of a player's value ... just ask Orioles outfielder Mark Trumbo.
Both Cubs, Indians Well Fortified To End Drought
Jim Henneman says the 2016 World Series is set to follow the script the only way it could have been written, with both the Cubs and Indians ready to go the distance.
Terry Francona Appears Set To Go Back To 1966 With His Rotation
Indians manager Terry Francona might set baseball back 50 years with his starting rotation for the World Series, but Jim Henneman says that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Cleveland Indians, Despite Unfamiliar Names, Here To Stay
Jim Henneman says the upstart Cleveland Indians, who shocked the baseball world by winning the American League pennant, are built to last.
Finding A Leadoff Hitter Remains Dan Duquette's Top Offseason Priority
Jim Henneman says Dan Duquette has a long "to do" list this offseason, but his top priority needs to be finding the Orioles a leadoff hitter for 2017.
15 Pitches Is All It Took To End The Giants' Season
Jim Henneman looks at how a mere 15 pitches, and the modern day rules of innings and pitch counts, powered the Chicago Cubs past the San Francisco Giants in the NDLS.