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Matthias - about dummy Hoy - if there is a shift in the accepted theory about how signs were developed, as there should be, it could sway enough weight onto Hoy's career and influence in baseball to put him in the HOF posthumously. I would be for this move if it develops.
matthias - thank you for your response and like of my comment. I consider myself so fortunate to have learned about Dummy Hoy, the sparkplug and CF flyhawk, but also this incredible human being. He was so positive about playing baseball, it was infectious. He played on several different teams and had some incredible team mates - Connie Mack, Clark Griffith, and many more - they all thought he should be in the HOF.
There is a movie - documentary called "Signs of the Times" dealing with the development of signs in baseball. - I believe they are hitting a little closer to home than the current recognition by the HOF to an umpire for this development. - Hoy was using signs for called balls and strikes a full 17 years before this umpire came along. shift
Just finished an article on the career of Kenechi Udeze. Your comments would be greatly appreciated.
Hey Matthias, thanks a lot for the fan add.
As one of my 7 fans, that's right, 7, I'd greatly appreciate you checking out my most recent article on Arnold Palmer's legacy.
Decided to start doing weekly MLB Power Rankings. If you get the chance, I'd like it if you took a look. Thanks.
After the great success of my first article about the uniform numbers 1-10, I have come back with the next installment, with the best players to wear the uniform numbers 11-20. I hope you can take a look and even comment on my choices. Thanks in advance!
- Matthew Falkenbury