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Hall of Famer Chipper Jones is one of a handful of players in Atlanta Braves history to win MVP Award

Players in Atlanta Braves history to win MVP Award

Dale Murphy. Terry Pendleton. Chipper Jones. With John Evers, Robert Elliot and Hank Aaron claiming their Most Valuable Player honors in other cities (Milwaukee or Boston), Atlanta’s four MVP Awards arrived in a 17-year span. 65 more words

Atlanta Braves (1966 - Present)

Andre Dawson, Splits, and a Silly MVP Award

Jay Jaffe’s Cooperstown Casebook was a fun read. And Eric did a wonderful job interviewing the creator of JAWS. Whenever I’m reading a book like Jaffe’s, I search for nuggets of goodness that I should already know but for some reason I don’t. 552 more words


Modern Era Ballot: Everyday Players

Part two of my look at the latest Veteran’s Committee effort. This time the Everyday Players.

Let me begin by reminding you which everyday players are on the list: Steve Garvey, Don Mattingly, Dale Murphy, Dave Parker, Ted Simmons, Alan Trammell. 473 more words


Hall of Fame Analysis: 2018 Modern Baseball Era

Last week, the National Baseball Hall of Fame released the latest list of candidates who would be reviewed by the Hall’s era committees. A year ago, the Today’s Game Committee met to consider the cases of candidates who made their greatest contributions since 1988, and inducted Bud Selig and John Schuerholz. 2,594 more words


Modern Era Ballot Released

The latest iteration of the Veteran’s Committee for the Hall of Fame just released the ballot for the “Modern Era” Committee (that’s the most recent retirees). 58 more words


The Modern Baseball Ballot, A Miller and Eric Conversation

Miller: Okay, so we’re off to the races in our 2018 Hall of Fame coverage with the Modern Era ballot that includes Steve Garvey, Tommy John, Don Mattingly, Marvin Miller, Jack Morris, Dale Murphy, Dave Parker, Ted Simmons, Luis Tiant, and Alan Trammel. 2,071 more words

2018 Hall Of Fame Election

It only takes one..

Sometimes getting one card you need in a trade is worth it. It could be your favourite player, It could be the one card you need for the set to be completed or started. 75 more words

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