Sunday, November 21, 2010
Players with Ranger ties considered for Hall?
By Richard Durrett
A new voting system means more players with Rangers ties will be considered for the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum. ESPN.com's Tim Kurkjian discusses that in this blog post.
The modified rules mean a committee met to discuss who should be on the ballot from 1973 through the present and that included eight players, three executives and a manager.
That list includes former Rangers manager Billy Martin (1973-75), Al Oliver (Ranger from 1978-81) and Rusty Staub (1980).
Again, you can check it all out here.