Hall Of Fame
Josh Hamilton’s big bat is done, and headed to baseball’s Hall of Fame. The bat used to hit eight of his nine home runs last week cracked on Sunday night.
‘Pudge’ plans to announce his retirement on Monday, ending a 21-year major league career that included a record 13 Gold Gloves at catcher.
Wendell Scott and Rusty Wallace are among the five new nominees announced Wednesday for the 2013 NASCAR Hall of Fame class.
The head of the major league baseball players’ union thinks steroid use shouldn’t keep a player out of the Hall of Fame.
Longtime NBA coach Don Nelson is part of a 12-member class that will be inducted into the basketball Hall of Fame in September.
The NBA’s winningest coach is headed where you would expect to find someone with that title: the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.
Family was the prevailing theme as NASCAR inducted its third, and most diverse, class into the Hall of Fame.
Darrell Waltrip has made a living from running his mouth, with a trash-talking style that helped him become a NASCAR superstar and led to a second career as a television analyst.
Baseball Hall Of Fame legend, Big Red Machine (Reds) member and baseball Manager Tony Perez stops by to chat with Josh & Elf at the MLB Winter Meetings at the Anatole in Dallas.
Doctors say his disease may be related to numerous concussions he suffered during his playing career in the 1950s at SMU and from 1956-71 with the Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys.
Former Dallas Stars teammates Joe Nieuwendyk and Ed Belfour were among the inductees into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday.
Marques Haynes, the dribbling specialist who was the first Harlem Globetrotter to become a Hall of Famer, has been hired by the NBA D-League’s Texas Legends to help the front office.