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Jack Morris Doesn’t Get the Vote For the Baseball Hall of Fame

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Former Twin, Tiger and Blue Jay and St. Paul native Jack Morris was not named on enough ballots to receive induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame today.  Morris was named on 67.7 percent of the ballots.  Players need to be named on 75 percent to receive inclusion in the Hall of Fame.

Former Houston Astro Craig Biggio was the top vote getter being named on 68.2 percent of the ballots.  Jack Morris has a career record of 254-186 with a 3.90 ERA.  He played 18 Major League Seasons and had 20 or more wins 3 times.

 

 

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