New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera became the first unanimous selection for baseball's Hall of Fame. Mariners slugger Edgar Martinez cashed in on his last year on the main ballot. Starting pitchers Roy Halladay and Mike Mussina both got into the Hall.
July 21, 2019 -- Cooperstown induction ceremony
A-Rod on Hall of Famers
2019 Hall of Fame Class
• What makes each member of 2019 HOF class a Hall of Famer
• Five observations as Hall of Fame weekend begins in Cooperstown
• Video: Mussina's years of consistency led to the Hall of Fame
• Video: Martinez was one of the most feared hitters
• Video: Rivera set the standard for closers
• Rivera, Martinez, Halladay and Mussina joining Hall of Fame
• Longtime writer Jayson Stark accepts HOF's Spink Award
• Doolittle: Hall of Fame voting winners and losers (ESPN+)
• Olney: Rivera personified grace. Inside lurked a monster competitor
• Passan: Why Bonds and Clemens aren't getting into the Hall of Fame
• Schoenfield: Edgar's Hall of Fame moment is Seattle's Hall of Fame moment
• Kurkjian: Hall tales -- Doc's drive, Edgar's lazy eye, Moose's measuring tape
• ESPN Radio: Teammate Cameron on playing with Edgar, batting against Mo • ESPN Radio: Rangers manager Woodward on playing with Halladay
• Miller: Why a unanimous Hall of Famer is great for baseball
• 2019 Hall of Fame Class by the numbers
• 2019 Hall of Fame ballot: Who did our voters pick?
Ranking the Hall of Famers
Baines, Smith selected by Today's Game Era committee
Smith and Baines honored to be voted into HOF
Lee Smith and Harold Baines speak with Tim Kurkjian and Eduardo Perez about the HOF and how honored they are to represent the closer and DH positions.