ORLANDO — Two wrongs were made right Sunday. Jack Morris and Alan Trammell, overlooked by writers in their 15 years on the initial Hall of Fame ballots, will have their recognition in Cooperstown, after all. Morris and Trammel were elected to the Hall of Fame by the Modern Baseball Era Committee, an outgrowth of what originally was known as the Veterans Committee. Continue reading “Morris, Trammell Together Again in HOF”

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Nine players and former MLBPA executive director Marvin Miller are on the Modern Baseball Era ballot that are under consideration by a panel of 16 historians, former players and club officials for enshrinement in the Baseball Hall of Fame. The results of voting will be announced during a presentation on MLB Network at 4 p.m., MST Sunday afternoon. Tommy John, who has more victories (288) than any pitcher not enshrined, and Jack Morris who ranks No. 2 on the list of pitchers eligible for consideration, are among the nine players on the ballot. Continue reading “HOF Modern Era Ballot Decided Sunday”

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