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|#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.63|
The HOF class in five years is going to be pretty full.
Class act guy who seemed to always be a tough pitcher to beat.
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|Glad to see it happen as he had nothing more to prove. Class act as it was mentioned and should be a first ballot HOF.|
Former Cy Young winner and World Series MVP for the 1995 Braves......kudos Glavine and in a few years, you will be in Cooperstown.
|Peter The Hegemon
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|#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.03|
|Sadly, as a Mets fan my memories of Glavine will always start with September 30, 2007, a day on which he was simply horrible.
But that one day shouldn't really take away from his legacy, and his place in the Hall will surely be deserved.
1. About 40 lbs. Saw it in one of the articles. He said the injury happened because he tried to prevent the camera from falling. Had some neck and back pain.
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