COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Steve Garvey, Jack Morris and Tommy John and longtime players’ union chief Marvin Miller are amid the 10 names on the Modern Era ballot for a Corridor of Fame election future month.
The candidates had been announced Monday. Results will be released on Dec. 10 at the baseball wintertime meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
Don Mattingly, Dale Murphy, Dave Parker, Ted Simmons, Luis Tiant and Alan Trammell also are eligible on the Modern Baseball Era ballot, which recognizes individuals whose largest contributions came from 1970 to ’87.
A 16-individual committee will vote, and it usually takes 75 per cent — 12 votes — for election. The committee associates will be announced later.
Garvey was a 10-time All-Star very first baseman Morris gained 254 game titles and pitched a 10-inning shutout in Recreation 7 of the 1991 Planet Series for Minnesota. Tommy John gained 288 game titles more than 26 seasons, a occupation extended by the groundbreaking elbow operation that bears his identify.
Miller headed the players’ union from 1966 to ’82 and will be on the ballot for the seventh time. In 2008, four decades just before he died, he sent a letter to the Baseball Writers’ Association of The usa stating he didn’t want to be considered any longer.