The Pro Football HOF has announced its class of 2019. It’s a non-surprising class to boot but it includes some all-time great players. The list includes TE Tony Gonzalez, DB Ed Reed, DB Champ Bailey, DB Ty Law, DB Johnny Robinson, C Kevin Mawae, Owner Pat Bowlen, and Executive Gil Brandt. What a class was my first reaction.
Gary Sheffield was a Right-handed power hitter that was known for having one of the quickest bats in the game. This marks his 5th year on the Hall of Fame ballot. Will he get enough love from the Baseball Writers Association of America to get inducted this year? Continue reading →
Let me say this right off the top. Scott Rolen deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. What is even more of an affront is that he only received 10.2% of the vote last year. Sometimes I don’t understand what the voters are looking at, but I will attempt to help them out.
It is difficult to be a fan of Major League Baseball and not know the name, Larry Walker. If you talk to the Colorado faithful about the name, it is an aspect of Denver sports legend. The Major League Baseball Hall of Fame nominee list includes Walker for the ninth time. It means because of the reduction in eligibility, from 15 years to 10 years, Walker has only two total attempts to be inducted. Will his chances continue to grow this year?
Tony Gonzalez has earned the right to be a candidate for the Pro Football HOF class of 2019. Today we will be going over why he should get in, some background info on him, and some of his accolades during his career.
This is the first installment of an ongoing series where we will look at the candidates for the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame in 2019. Billy Wagner was a dominant closer and this will be his fourth year on the ballot. Can he garner enough support for induction?