Originally written on Tireball.com  |  Last updated 10/29/14

24 Oct 1995: Tom Glavine #47 of the Atlanta Braves pitches the ball during a game against the Cleveland Indians at the Fulton County Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. The Braves defeated the Indians 4-3.
Tom Glavine not in the hall? Hard to imagine. Still, the 300 game winner spoke on SiriusXM and questioned his ability to earn enshrinement while appearing on the Hall of Fame ballot for the first time. Glavine expressed disappointment that Craig Biggio was not elected to the hall. Perhaps Glavine sees some familiarities between himself and Biggio. Both played either their entire career (Biggio) or most of it (Glavine) in one city where they were icons. Despite being a great player at three positions Biggio’s production at the plate was somewhat overshadowed by other players of him time. Biggio had 3,000 hits and had modest pop but he was not the middle of the lineup guy. Glavine was also a great pitcher during the same time-span but was not even the best pitcher on his own team for much of his career. Asked by the host, Jim Memolo, how he felt about his chances next year Glavine did not breath enthusiasm. “Yeah, well, it feels good but, look, if they can keep a guy with 3000 hits ou...
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