Re: Joe Nuxhall for the Hall of Fame?
Yep, woy, that's part of what I was trying to grasp too. Trying to gain a feel for a person's popularity and contributions to one franchise and then applying those contributions across the entire spectrum of baseball is, at best, difficult to do.
BTW, how popular was Hoyt during his Reds radio broadcasting days? Relative to his time, did he enjoy a similar amount of praise and popularity that today's well-known radio broadcasters enjoy?
Barry Larkin - HOF, 2012
Put an end to the Lost Decade.