As you have likely heard already, the Cardinals have added three more players to the franchise Hall of Fame: Tommy Herr, John Tudor, and Bill White. Both Herr and Tudor were selected by the fans via an online ballot. White was chosen by the Red Ribbon committee, a group of media member and former Cardinals managers.
More-so than the players added, the major discussion was centered around who was not. Most notable was the lack of fan support for Keith Hernandez. Steve Carlton, Matt Morris, Edgar Rentería, and Lee Smith also did not make the cut. stlcardsfan4 discussed some of these players among others that were overlooked in his post on Monday.
Eventually all the Cardinals greats will make it in. It is inevitable. Until then, we can still be salty about who is left out.
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I thought I had heard every story of the Halladay perfect game, but this is good. pic.twitter.com/cZsz6OGKLv— Sixto Lezcano (@mleif) May 26, 2020
MLB responded on Friday to the union’s request for the league’s financial documents. Some documents were sent, not all, sources said. On Tuesday, the league plans to propose something other than a revenue sharing system. With @Ken_Rosenthal: https://t.co/LyzrtCr0Hl— Evan Drellich (@EvanDrellich) May 25, 2020
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Gotta root for my favorite football player of all time Peyton Manning. In other news, I challenge future HOF'er @JustinVerlander to a match at my home course Frederica Golf Club for charity. I win, donation goes to @BigLeagueImpact. You win, you pick it— Adam Wainwright (@UncleCharlie50) May 24, 2020
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