Baseball Hall Of Fame
Paul Molitor became the latest Hall of Fame player to test his teaching skills when the Minnesota Twins hired him as their manager. With Molitor preparing for his debut with the Twins this season, here’s a look back at a mixed-at-best track record of players with a plaque at Cooperstown who also took their turns trying to manage in the major leagues.
John Hines fills in for Dave Lee….and finds out about the 50th Anniversary of Rudolph….click the link above to head to the PODCAST PAGE.
The thirteenth time was not the charm for former Twins pitcher Jack Morris, as the MVP hero of the team’s 1991 World Series championship once again missed the cut for the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Number 28 is getting 86’d in honor of one of the Minnesota Twins’ most respected players.
The votes have been counted and Bert Blyleven is now bound for Cooperstown.
Unless the voters throw a real curve, Bert Blyleven should be a shoo-in for the Hall of Fame. Same for Roberto Alomar.
Steve and Eric take an hour to talk about the sports topics du jour, including the ongoing Twins-Braves series this weekend, the fact that no overall number one draft pick has ever made the Baseball […]