Two are crowned as the J-Rob's 1st Members of the Hall

Tuesday, February 23, 2010 Posted by andersaa 0 comments
The first two members of the Jackie Robinson Hall of Fame are
Benjamin Miles
Age: 42B/T: L/L
Born: Wausaukee, WI
Position(s): P (LRA)
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Benjamin Miles
Miles has dominated for a long time and his hardwear includes 9 allstar apperances, and 5 Cy Young awards. He played his first seasons with klouvan2's New York Roadrunners and when safetyman moved the franchise to become the Philadelphia Tubesox. In season 8 he went to free agency and received a max contract from Hineiii's Cleveland Blues team. He won one world series ring with Philly in season 6, and his Cy Young awards in season's 3-7.
He currently hold single season records in wins(47), strikeouts(337), shutouts(10), innings(433.7), era (1.31) all in a amazing season 5 where he was pitching in a 3 man pitching rotation with Jorge Manto(who went 34-1 that year) and Rafael Ramirez.
Miles also holds career world records in complete games(76), innings pitched(3451), shutouts(35), strikeouts(2520), and wins (292).

Kordell Lorraine
Age: 39B/T: R/R
Born: Inglewood, CA
Position(s): 3B/1B/2B/OF
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Kordell Lorriane
Kordell retired during the season 11 season after 10 season with Seattle, Portland, Tacoma(Columbus), and New York(Iowa). The 8 time allstar, 2 time MVP, and 6 time SS at 2B, started his playing days with fellow HOFer Miles, at New York Roadrunners(Iowa) for the first two seasons. In the middle of season three he was included in one of the biggest trades ever in J-Rob. Lorriane,Ernie Dickinson, and Dwight Brush were sent to Tacoma Tremors(Columbus) for Pete Fisher, Osvaldo James, and Alex Kyung. After a year and a half where he won one MVP in Tacoma he was again traded this time to division rival Portland. Portland did not keep him long and traded him out to Seattle for then prospects Ernie Ryan and Seattle's first round pick Wilfredo Gutierrez.
In Seattle he found a home, he won an MVP in his first year(s6) and was a dominate 2B. In season 9 he had his best chance at a championship as he led Seattle to the world series but they were swept by the Memphis Ribs(Texas).

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Thursday, February 18, 2010 Posted by rebedwell 0 comments
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