Sayers only played for seven years, but was a celebrated player in his time on the field for the Chicago Bears.
The president tweeted support for the former slugger, who had been banned from baseball since 1989.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame will announce its 2020 induction class on Tuesday and according to some public ballots, former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter could become the second player voted in unanimously.
Former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is the only lock for induction in the Baseball Hall of Fame this year.
The first Democratic debate of the year has come and gone and now is the time to enjoy the 24 glorious days there will be before the next debate.
Former NFL coach Bill Cowher stood on the set at CBS Saturday evening, breaking down the upcoming AFC Divisional round game when the news unexpectedly broke to him.
I love the people at the Rock Hall. I love the fact that they dedicate so much time and energy to it being authentic," former Eagles lead guitarist Don Felder told Newsweek ahead of his performance Thursday.
While critics are free to say what they want, Rivera said it won't make him change his own opinion.
Mariano did something no other player in baseball has ever done, not even Mick or The Babe.
Legendary voice of professional wrestling, Mean Gene Okerlund has passed away at the age of 76.
"I'm 49 years old, depressed to the Nth degree, but have a lot of money."
Three iconic names are still waiting.
Bunning, who became the first Hall of Famer to serve in the U.S. Congress, representing Kentucky in the U.S. Senate, led a "long and storied life," said Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader.
NBA All-Stars and no-stars alike are being given days off in the waning weeks of the regular season.
Once an all-pro offensive tackle for the New Orleans Saints, Kyle Turley is now dedicated to helping his fellow athletes by sharing his cannabis story.
From the big show to NXT and the Hall of Fame, WrestleMania weekend is Disneyland for wrestling fans.
Janet Jackson and Nine Inch Nails got snubbed.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has unveiled a new crop of nominees for the class of 2016.
Berra, who was a record winner of 10 championships with the New York Yankees, was 90 years old.
The "American Idiot" band's induction seems to usher in a new generation of artists for the historically classic rock-dominated institution.