All signs pointed toward the gridiron for a young Frank Thomas.
Frank Thomas built his Hall of Fame case in Chicago, but believes he cemented it in Oakland.
Frank Thomas said the "first thing" he noticed upon seeing the 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame voting results was Craig Biggio falling 0.2 percent shy of joining him, Greg Maddux and Tom Glavi
Greg Maddux looked more like a tourist who wandered into the Waldorf Astoria than a baseball immortal. But that image became part of his genius.
With Greg Maddux's name on the Hall of Fame ballot this year, stories have been coming out of the woodwork about just how amazing "Mad Dog" was.