This day in baseball: Warren Spahn elected to HoF

On January 24, 1973, Warren Spahn was elected to the Hall of Fame, making him only the sixth player elected in his first year of eligibility.  He received more than 82% of the votes cast by the BBWAA.  Warren Spahn recorded thirteen 20-win seasons with the Braves, making him the winningest left-handed pitcher in big league history with 363 victories.

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Warren Spahn (Wikimedia Commons)


4 Comments on “This day in baseball: Warren Spahn elected to HoF”

  1. thome2040 says:

    From my home town Buffalo, NY. My kids went to the same high school as he!


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