Baseball Reliquary Inductee Ballot News

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This note reached The Pecan Park Eagle today from Terry Cannon, Executive Director of the Baseball Reliquary in Los Angeles County, California:

Friends & Reliquarians:

The Board of Directors of the Baseball Reliquary is pleased to announce its list of fifty eligible candidates for the 2017 election of the Shrine of the Eternals.  Newcomers to the 2017 ballot include Babe Dahlgren, Mo’ne Davis, Leo Durocher, Oscar Gamble, Sam Nahem, Manuel “Shorty” Perez, Manny Ramirez, Vin Scully, John Thorn, and Bob Uecker.

Complete details can be viewed on the Baseball Reliquary Web site at:

http://www.baseballreliquary.org/2016/12/candidates-2017-election-shrine-eternals/

Please advise if we can provide any further information.

Sincerely,
Terry Cannon
Executive Director
The Baseball Reliquary
http://www.baseballreliquary.org

e-mail: terymar@earthlink.net
phone: (626) 791-7647   

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If you are further interested in this more arcane attempt to honor people who have contributed to the fascinating history of baseball in ways that go beyond statistical accomplishments alone, check out the website for further information on the nominees for admission in 2017 – or get in touch with Terry Cannon on how you may get more involved in the Baseball Reliquary and their efforts to identify and honor those people who are deserving of the game’s appreciation on a very special plane of respect in a Hall of their own.

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 Bill McCurdy

Publisher, Editor, Writer

The Pecan Park Eagle

Houston, Texas

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