Tom Verducci

Tom Verducci

Tom Verducci has covered baseball for Sports Illustrated since 1993. The 2015 National Sportswriter of the Year, Verducci is a two-time National Magazine Award finalist; the author of a No. 1 New York Times bestseller, The Yankee Years, co-authored with Joe Torre; a two-time Emmy Award winner, including the first winner of the Studio Analyst Emmy who was not a former player or coach; and a lead analyst for Fox television, becoming the first writer ever to call a World Series in that role. The Penn State graduate also is the only SI writer to be featured on the magazine’s cover.

All Tom Verducci Stories

June 02, 2003

Tom Verducci's View

LONESOME WOLF As the season neared its one-third mark this week and Randy Johnson remained on the disabled list, only two National ...

Jan. 28, 2013

Earl Weaver 1930--2013

Earl Weaver was the Mozart of managerial ejections, bringing such versatility, craft and brilliance to getting tossed that he stands as the ...

Sept. 08, 2003

Mad Dash To The Finish The A's and the Cubs are SI's picks to win the wild cards

On Labor Day 17 major league teams were either leading their divisions or were no more than four games out of a spot in the postseason.

July 23, 2001

Fits And Starts For heavy-hitting Cleveland to catch the division-leading Twins, its erratic rotation has to stop throwing away wins

When it comes to aces, the Cleveland Indians don't even pretendto be playing with a full deck anymore. The franchise thathasn't had a ...

Oct. 21, 2002

Seventh Heaven With an epic 10-run, 10-hit seventh inning that finished off the Twins, the Angels burnished their big-rally reputation and advanced to their first World Series

St. Christopher swung from a silver chain around the neck ofAnaheim Angels hitting coach Mickey Hatcher. The coach grabbedthe oval medal, ...