As always, the people at SB Nation are doing a great job of posting interesting, yet informative, material on their respective sites.
At Marc Normandin's site, he unveils some new additions to the Ray Lankford Wing of the Hall of Fame. As he puts it, "The Ray Lankford Wing of the Hall of Fame is a place for the 'no real shot at the Hall of Fame, but a great career nonetheless' players, like Lankford." In particular, I like his analysis of Will Clark's place in history. Not only do his career totals look exemplary in comparison to other first basemen in the RLWHF, but they're also similar, if not better, than the career totals of first basemen in the National Baseball Hall of Fame. It's a great injustice that his name will not appear on future Hall of Fame ballots.
Over at Blez's oft-visited site, Athletics Nation, he's posted an extensive interview with none other than A's GM Billy Beane. It's an interesting read and provides some insight into Beane's strategic mindset. One of the more interesting parts of the interview, I find, is when Beane discusses last year's minor league draft: