Jack Morris Gets the Call to the Baseball Hall of Fame
Three time 20-game winner and former Minnesota Twins pitcher Jack Morris has been elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Morris was named on 14 of 16 ballots.
Morris pitched 18 seasons for Minnesota, Detroit, Toronto and Cleveland. He made 14 Opening Day starts and pitched for four World Series-winning teams, capturing the 1991 World Series MVP following 10 shutout innings in Game 7 for the Twins. Morris topped the 200-inning mark in 11 seasons and notched 175 complete games, the most of any pitcher whose career started after 1976.
Six-time All-Star shortstop Alan Trammell was also selected.