Hall of Fame


A generation of sports fans imagined, considerable fear, what it must be like to face Randy Johnson in a batter’s box or elsewhere. He cast, even at ease, a long shadow and a very clear image.


Barry Bonds is still not enshrined among the greatest baseball players of all-time in Cooperstown, but his name will still be in the Hall of Fame.


Tim Brown will known if he’s entering the Pro Football Hall of Fame soon enough.


There’s a long-held belief that legendary Raiders receiver Tim Brown will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

When, however, is anybody’s guess.


In his third year of Hall of Fame eligibility this year, Curt Schilling received 39.2 percent of the vote -- more than both Roger Clemens (37.5 percent) and Barry Bonds (36.8 percent).