Former Tigers, Twins, Blue Jays and Indians hurler Jack Morris is about to be placed on the BBWAA Hall of Fame ballot for the 15th and final time …
Morris will provide analysis on its radio broadcasts and website, as well as make appearances on game telecasts and the show “Blue Jays Central.”
For the first time since 1996 and for just the eighth time in history, the Baseball Writers’ Association of America (BBWAA) has failed to elect anyone to the Hall of Fame.
No player from the Tigers ’84 World Series team has been elected into the hall of fame but that could change Wednesday.
When he was pitching for the Tigers, Jack Morris received a phone call from a friend. The friend knew of a boy dying of cancer and wondered if Morris could sign a ball for him.
Former Detroit Tigers pitcher Jack Morris joined 97.1 The Ticket’s SportsFest roundtable to talk about whether or not he derseves to be in the Baseball Hall of Fame
Tigers pitcher Jack Morris, a member of the fabled 1984 World Series team, knows two things: He wants to be in the Hall of Fame, and he wasn’t the only 1980s superstar in a fur coat.
Find out more about the athletes appearing at the 2012 SportsFest.
It has long seemed preposterous Jack Morris, who won more games than any pitcher during the 1980s, is not in baseball’s Hall of Fame.
Jack Morris was next with 382 votes (67 percent), missing by 48 votes on his 13th try but up sharply from 54 percent last year.