I try to stay away from seeing who voted for whom when it comes to the Hall of Fame, but, sometimes…well, sometimes you just can’t. Enter MLB.com writer Phil Rogers. Filled out my HOF ballot — Bags, Bigg, RJ, Pedro, Moose, Piazza, Raines, Schill, Smoltz, Tram. Dropped Murphy, Walker for newcomers. — Phil Rogers (@philgrogers) December 22, 2014 Nothing wrong there, right...
The NFL Draft came and went and left undrafted…Utah Utes tight end Jake Murphy, son of former Major Leaguer Dale Murphy. The 24-year-old was expected to be selected Saturday, but, instead, found himself on the receiving end of a post-draft contract offer from the Oakland Raiders. The son of the two-time National League MVP and 2013 Hall of Very Good inductee is, like his dad...
Can a two-time MLB Most Valuable Player award winner, who batted-in 1,266 runs, tallied nearly 400 homers, and posted over 2,000 hits, while winning five Gold Glove Awards, four Silver Slugger Awards, and making seven All-Star Game appearances miss the Hall of Fame? It appears so… Former Atlanta Braves center fielder Dale Murphy participated in 15 Cooperstown National Baseball...
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