Morneau, Dickson believe Walker merits plaque in Cooperstown

If former big league all-star Jason Dickson and Minnesota Twins slugger Justin Morneau were eligible to cast a ballot in the National Baseball Hall of Fame voting, they would definitely check the box beside Larry Walker’s name. Unfortunately, when the votes were tallied last Wednesday, not enough baseball writers felt the same way and Walker’sContinue reading “Morneau, Dickson believe Walker merits plaque in Cooperstown”

Bob Elliott poised to make Canadian baseball history in Cooperstown

Call him the Fergie Jenkins of baseball writers. No, Toronto Sun baseball columnist Bob Elliott wasn’t blessed with the Canadian pitching legend’s athleticism, but he does possess Jenkins’ work ethic, durability and penchant for producing consistently excellent results. So it’s fitting that Elliott – similar to Jenkins becoming the first Canadian player inducted into theContinue reading “Bob Elliott poised to make Canadian baseball history in Cooperstown”