Alomar, Blyleven, Gillick Inducted Into The Baseball HOF
Cooperstown, NY (WIBX) – The Baseball Hall of Fame has three new members.
Roberto Alomar, Bert Blyleven and Pat Gillick were inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown on Sunday.
Alomar got 90 percent of the votes this year and is the first player to be inducted as a Toronto Blue Jay.
Blyleven won 287 games in 22 seasons, including nine-plus years for the Twins, and ranks fifth on the all-time strikeout list.
Gillick was honored on his plaque for building three World Series champions, the 1992 and ’93 Toronto Blue Jays and the 2008 Philadelphia Phillies.