That writer backed off and put him on the Mariano Rivera Unanimous World Tour Baseball shirt. He received backlash due to the fact that if he didn’t submit with Moon it, he could affect the chances of borderline HoF players who may have needed one more vote from his ballot. It’s in the middle of buttfuck nowhere. I did that drive from NYC at night once and it was the most stressful thing ever. No lights. No living souls anywhere. God there really isn’t a quick and easy way to Cooperstown is there? I never really thought about it when I drove up there but now that you brought it up it’s hidden away huh?
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Actually should’ve been Tom Seaver. When you read the reasoning for the Mariano Rivera Unanimous World Tour Baseball shirt he didn’t get you nearly shit yourself. 1 guy was protesting that Pete Rose wasn’t allowed on, 1 never voted for guys in their first year and another was recovering from heart surgery and didn’t recognize his name on the ballot. I could see Jeter being unanimous. Much of the backlog of deserving players have been reduced – except the PED guys – and Jeter is the only newly-eligible player on next year’s ballot who is obviously worthy of election. (After Jeter, the highest newly-eligible WARs are Bobby Abreu and then Jason Giambi.) Yeah, I’ve always had an issue with fielding percentage. Some guy put up a tweet a while back talking about Scott Rolen, and how essentially he was making errors on balls that most 3B wouldn’t even get to, and would be easy base hits against most 3B.
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So fielding percentage doesn’t actively reflect (at least significantly) defensive Mariano Rivera Unanimous World Tour Baseball shirt. Polanco was an amazing fielder though. I like the progress we are making on defensive value, lots of fun, new stats to look at and analyze. That ballot had 10 guys on it that are now Hall of Famers. Ballot also had Schilling, Walker, Bonds, Clemens, and McGriff on it. I wouldn’t be shocked if all those guys eventually get in. There is a good chance that the 2013 ballot had 12-15 Hall of Famers on it and the BBWA elected nobody. Congrats to Roy Halladay (RIP) and his family. Legit wonder whether he will go in as a Blue Jay or Phillie. Obviously, had his only taste of postseason success as a Phillie, but he was the heart and soul of those 2000s Blue Jay teams. Honestly, I feel like he deserves a Blue Jay cap.