When is the first year that Tim Wakefield will appear on the HOF ballot?

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    Re: When is the first year that Tim Wakefield will appear on the HOF ballot?

    2028

     
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    Not even funny.  Just the usual lame, predictable shtick.

     
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    ?

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    About the same year you stop making a fool of yourself.

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    HAHA!!!!  +1!!

     
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    Since the Hall of the Very good has few great players in it, it would seem that a long career of quantity is what most baseball fans emphasize over quality, see Biggio, who would be an embarrassment to the truly great hitters in Hall of the Very Good.

    When it comes to quantity, Wakefield should get the "Innings eater" fans lobbying for Wakefield. The "class act" off the field and in the PC part is emphasized as somewhat of a litmus test.

    All his big fans should lobby to have Wakefield added to that HOF ballot. 200 wins is a lot more than Koufax, as baseball fans value quantity.

    Thank you for your comments.

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    I believe he is eligible in 2017. If Ozzie Smith can get in, who knows, maybe Wake has a shot.

     
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    How did we all survive back when there was no MLBPA and women couldn't vote and we are on the gold standard? How can the Hall of the very good go on if they go a year and don't let the PED users and very good in?

    [/QUOTE]The "BIG O" will tell us when the HALL IS CALLING  for one Timmy Wakefield.......  So nice that you are SO CONCERNED, SOFTY !!!!

     
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    The sad part is, he might actually get in.

    Isn't Guns'N Roses in the Rock 'n'Roll Hall of Fame ahead of Deep Purple?

    The final word of the judges is that "common sense" and "ability" or "talent" has so little to do with these things.

    Insanity is everywhere in our world. Reality shows and empty-headed pop singers rule the day. Texting and driving is so common you see it every day. #4 starters and backup outfielders are making $10 million a year.

    Where does it all stop?

    Wakefield in the Hall Of Fame?....I'd say you are being sarcastic or that you are nuts. But, in this crazy world, I wouldn't dismiss it as a possibility. An insane possibility , but none the less...

     
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    How did we all survive back when there was no MLBPA and women couldn't vote and we are on the gold standard? How can the Hall of the very good go on if they go a year and don't let the PED users and very good in?

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    How did "we" all survive back when King George III was in charge?

     
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    How did we all survive back when there was no MLBPA and women couldn't vote and we are on the gold standard? How can the Hall of the very good go on if they go a year and don't let the PED users and very good in?

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    How did "we" all survive back when King George III was in charge?

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    I guess the same way we will survive the next 4 years. It won't be easy but somebody has to do it!

     
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    The sad part is, he might actually get in.

    Isn't Guns'N Roses in the Rock 'n'Roll Hall of Fame ahead of Deep Purple?

    The final word of the judges is that "common sense" and "ability" or "talent" has so little to do with these things.

    Insanity is everywhere in our world. Reality shows and empty-headed pop singers rule the day. Texting and driving is so common you see it every day. #4 starters and backup outfielders are making $10 million a year.

    Where does it all stop?

    Wakefield in the Hall Of Fame?....I'd say you are being sarcastic or that you are nuts. But, in this crazy world, I wouldn't dismiss it as a possibility. An insane possibility , but none the less...

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    Guns N' Roses is one of the greatest rock bands of all time. They were a no-brainer.

     
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    The sad part is, he might actually get in.

    Isn't Guns'N Roses in the Rock 'n'Roll Hall of Fame ahead of Deep Purple?

    The final word of the judges is that "common sense" and "ability" or "talent" has so little to do with these things.

    Insanity is everywhere in our world. Reality shows and empty-headed pop singers rule the day. Texting and driving is so common you see it every day. #4 starters and backup outfielders are making $10 million a year.

    Where does it all stop?

    Wakefield in the Hall Of Fame?....I'd say you are being sarcastic or that you are nuts. But, in this crazy world, I wouldn't dismiss it as a possibility. An insane possibility , but none the less...

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    Guns N' Roses is one of the greatest rock bands of all time. They were a no-brainer.

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    GnR were terrible

     
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    How did we all survive back when there was no MLBPA and women couldn't vote and we are on the gold standard? How can the Hall of the very good go on if they go a year and don't let the PED users and very good in?

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    How did "we" all survive back when King George III was in charge?

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    If it were up to softy and people of his ilk, we'd still be a British colony.

     
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    The sad part is, he might actually get in.

    Isn't Guns'N Roses in the Rock 'n'Roll Hall of Fame ahead of Deep Purple?

    The final word of the judges is that "common sense" and "ability" or "talent" has so little to do with these things.

    Insanity is everywhere in our world. Reality shows and empty-headed pop singers rule the day. Texting and driving is so common you see it every day. #4 starters and backup outfielders are making $10 million a year.

    Where does it all stop?

    Wakefield in the Hall Of Fame?....I'd say you are being sarcastic or that you are nuts. But, in this crazy world, I wouldn't dismiss it as a possibility. An insane possibility , but none the less...

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    Guns N' Roses is one of the greatest rock bands of all time. They were a no-brainer.

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    I prefer AC-DC myself, but I like G'nR.

    Axel Rose is certifiable, but you gotta love Slash.

    Appetite For Destruction is one of the best rock albums out there.

     
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    Re: When is the first year that Tim Wakefield will appear on the HOF ballot?

    The year you stop bashing him = Never.

     
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    The year you stop bashing him = Never.

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    His obsession with Wakefield is actually kind of cute. I think softy might have a crush on Wake and is really jealous that Tim is a heterosexual.

     
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    The year you stop bashing him = Never.

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    His obsession with Wakefield is actually kind of cute. I think softy might have a crush on Wake and is really jealous that Tim is a heterosexual.

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    Could be. After bashing Mikey Lowell to a pulp, he gushed and gushed over him once he retired. I think he has "a thing" for retired and hobbled MLB players.

     
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    How did we all survive back when there was no MLBPA and women couldn't vote and we are on the gold standard? How can the Hall of the very good go on if they go a year and don't let the PED users and very good in?

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    How did "we" all survive back when King George III was in charge?

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    If it were up to softy and people of his ilk, we'd still be a British colony.

    [/QUOTE]   "people of his ilk"  ?????????????


     
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    If Aaron Sele can make the HOF ballot,  Wakefield surely deserves to.

     

    What's sad is that Sele actually got "1" vote from a BBWA.  This person should have their voting status revoked.

     
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    How did we all survive back when there was no MLBPA and women couldn't vote and we are on the gold standard? How can the Hall of the very good go on if they go a year and don't let the PED users and very good in?

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    How did "we" all survive back when King George III was in charge?

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    If it were up to softy and people of his ilk, we'd still be a British colony.

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    I guess the English language confuses you. Much like baseball...

     
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    If Aaron Sele can make the HOF ballot,  Wakefield surely deserves to.

     

    What's sad is that Sele actually got "1" vote from a BBWA.  This person should have their voting status revoked.

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    I'm sure Sele is thinking the same thing.   LOL 

     

     
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    How did we all survive back when there was no MLBPA and women couldn't vote and we are on the gold standard? How can the Hall of the very good go on if they go a year and don't let the PED users and very good in?

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    How did "we" all survive back when King George III was in charge?

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    If it were up to softy and people of his ilk, we'd still be a British colony.

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    ilk1

    n 1. a type; class; sort (esp in the phrase of that, his, her, etc., ilk) people of that ilk should not be allowed here of that ilk Scot of the place of the same name: used to indicate that the person named is proprietor or laird of the place named Moncrieff of that ilk [Old English ilca the same family, same kind; related to Gothic is he, Latin is, Old English gelÄ«c like]    

     

    Made perfect sense to me....  unlike most of you're posts.

     

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