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Thread: Blyleven comes up short in Hall voting

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    Blyleven comes up short in Hall voting


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    I still have to cling on to the hope that someday the writers will see the errors of their ways and elect Blyleven.

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    He should be in there for his pitching merits, but add the "You are herby circled". I can't see one reason why he's not there now.
    "Never expect anything and you'll always be suprised" - Unknown

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    He's made good strides in the past few years and seems to have momentum on his side. I still say the odds are against the writers electing him (though he certainly should be there).

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    Blyleven

    He was a dominating pitcher with the best curveball of his era. His stats are HOF worthy. I'm surprised that he only went to two all-star games. I also noticed that Gary DiSarcina didn't get a vote. Guess he'll never get his own thread.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnGelnarFan
    I also noticed that Gary DiSarcina didn't get a vote. Guess he'll never get his own thread.....
    Alex Fernandez also did not get a single vote. At least DiSarcina is a pretty good analyst for NESN and the Red Sox.

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    DiSarcina

    I didn't know that. Maybe he'll Make it in the announcers wing some day.



    Quote Originally Posted by RedSoxVT92
    Alex Fernandez also did not get a single vote. At least DiSarcina is a pretty good analyst for NESN and the Red Sox.

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