No Oriole has made the Hall of Fame since Cal Ripken in 2007, and Mike Mussina probably won’t make it next year—or the year after. However, this year’s vote was encouraging for Mussina.
Hank Peters, who died on Sunday at 90, had long been out of baseball. His passing marked the end of a great era for the Orioles.
Ichiro to the Orioles? According to CBSsports.com’s Jon Heyman, the Orioles are considering the 41-year-old outfielder.
Hall of Fame voters are busy contemplating their ballots, and while I haven’t been a member of the Baseball Writers long enough to officially make a choice, I’d certainly vote for Mike Mussina.
The third of the Orioles’ most attractive free agents, Andrew Miller, did the expected on Friday when he agreed to a four-year, $36 million contract with the New York Yankees.