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Jamie Moyer trying to come back from Tommy John Surgery
Posted 12 March 2012 - 12:11 PM
To say that differently, I don't think anyone will vote him in as a player on any ballot. He won't get the brass plaque and a chance to make a speech. That said, his career is unusual and remarkable enough that I think there will be a display somewhere on "The Lefty Pitcher That Could". I wouldn't be surprised to see a best selling biography and a Disney movie as well.
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