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Posted 12-09-2017 at 08:40 AM by bjohn13

Hall of Fame Voting

There were several players who made their first appearance on the Hall of Fame ballot in 1905.

Ed Beatin was a two-time 20-game winner who spent the bulk of his 12 year career in Brooklyn. He finished with 192 career wins.


Dan Brouthers was an 8-time All Star and a 6-time Silver Slugger at first base. He finished with 1,412 runs, 1,427 RBIs, and 2456 hits in his 20 year career.


James Burke made the All Star game 15 times. He won an amazing 9 Cy Young Awards and 3 MVP awards. He finished his 17 year career with 269 career wins.


John Coleman was a career relief pitcher who appeared in 626 games over his 16 year career.


Larry Corcoran spent 15 years in the Bigs, mostly with St. Louis. He finished with 256 career wins.


Dave Drew was a three-time all-star at second base who led the league in hits in 1890 and 1891. He finished with 2,046 career hits.


Jesse Duryea led the league in saves four times and was a three-time reliever of the year award winner.


Pretzels Getzien was a four time all-star and a one-time reliever of the year award winner while with the New York Giants. He finished with 144 career wins.


Ed Keas was a career reliever for the Chicago Orphans who finished with 85 career saves in 410 career games.


Gus Krock led the league in saves three times and was the winner of the Reliever of the Year Award four times before being converted into a starting pitcher. He ended with seven all-star appearances, 145 career wins, and 106 career saves.


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    Dave Orr won an MVP award in 1893. He ended with two Silver Slugger Awards en route to 2,083 career hits.


    Mickey Welch was a four-time 20-game winner who finished his career with 294 career wins.


    Bill Wise won the Reliever of the Year Award three times and made six all star teams on the way to 170 career wins and 105 career saves.


    These 13 players were joined by the following 8 reappearing from last year’s ballot:

    George Bradley
    Jack Glasscock
    Fred Goldsmith
    Frank Mountain
    Tony Mullane
    Abner Powell
    Monte Ward
    Will White


    James Burke won induction earning 97.5% of the vote. Bill Wise and Dan Brouthers all also earned induction. Mickey Welch just missed earning 72.8%. Meanwhile, George Bradley will be dropped from the ballot for failing to earn induction for the 10th straight season. Jack Glasscock and Ed Keas were both dropped from the ballot for failing to earn 5% of the vote.
    Posted 12-09-2017 at 08:41 AM by bjohn13 bjohn13 is offline
 

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