Established in 1936, and currently based in Cooperstown, New York, the Baseball Hall of Fame may be the most prestigious of any Sports Hall of Fame. Although Baseball may have taken a backseat to Football in recent years, there is no doubt that Baseball’s version of the Hall of Fame is by far the most relevant and the most difficult to get enshrined in. At present, a player has to receive seventy five percent of the votes from the Baseball Writers Association of America, which has proven to be no easy task. Failing that, a player could be inducted by the Veterans committee, though few have been inducted this way. Our list will focus on the players only, and although we could easily do a tally focusing on mangers, broadcasters or other vital personnel, as always it is far more enjoyable to discuss the merits of those on the field as oppose to those off of it.
Until Then, Let’s get some peanuts and cracker jacks and cast some votes of our own!
The Not in Hall of Committee.
195. Luna Vachon
Recently, Matt Striker referred to Serena as the anti-diva. That may be somewhat accurate, but had the diva term been associated with wrestling in the past, that designation would have been earmarked for Luna Vachon. As the daughter of Paul Vachon and the niece of Mad Dog and Vivian Vachon, Luna was bred for the business. She was compact, strong…Add new comment