Julio Franco

Atlanta Braves #14 - First Base

  • Born: 08/23/58
  • Age: 55
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 210

The Hall Of Interesting

What if we had some kind of museum that honored players who weren't great enough for the Hall of Fame, nor even close, but had careers of interest that should be remembered?

Back to the 80's: Julio Franco, Cleveland Indians

Topps Archives Baseball looks back to golden era of card collecting - to mark its launch, John relives his own golden era, as an Indians fan in the eighties.

Top 100 Indians: #50 Brett Butler

Let's Go Tribe's countdown of the greatest players in franchise history continues with Brett Butler, one of the Indians' many great center fielders and its best player during the mid 1980s.

Padres Bullpen Coach Knows Happ's Pain

As I'm sure you're fully aware by now, Toronto's JA Happ was drilled in the head by a line drive last night and had to be removed from the field on a stretcher. It immediately brought to mind...

The Indians Lineup: Good, Bad, and Ugly

Let's Go Tribe's look at each spot in the batting order lineup concludes with a recap of the best and worst hitters from every place in the order, along with a look at the best pinch hitters in Indians history.

Murphy Once Again A 'No' For The Hall

The Atlanta fan favorite Murphy doesn't make the Hall.

Hall of Fame Poll: Julio Franco

Would you vote Julio Franco into the Baseball Hall of Fame

Former Indians make 1st Hall of Fame ballot

Four former Cleveland Indians make their first appearance on the ballot for the Baseball Hall of Fame

Cirillo Among Former Brewers On 2013 HoF Ballot

1000 of his 1598 hits came as a Brewer.

Hunter Pence, Von Hayes, and the Mists of Time

Two Phillies players, a generation apart, acquired at a steep price, and left town to indifference. This is their story.

Omar Vizquel Turns 45, Making History

He might or might not belong in the Hall of Fame. He might or might not deserve his roster spot with the Blue Jays. But no matter what, Omar Vizquel's 45th birthday is cause for celebration.

Who Will Still Be Around In 2025 And Beyond?

Say, this Jamie Moyer character is on the older side for a baseball player. Is there anyone currently playing who will have similar longevity?

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