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Name Karen Hrabcsak
Date 2007-09-06 09:54:21
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Message Hi Terry,
Yes, Vote Thurman In.
Nice website and I hope it helps get him in!


Name scott garry
Date 2008-05-27 02:26:56
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Message i saw him play at shea when they were redoing yankee stadium and loved watching him play, cried like a baby when he left us, is there any doubt people look at his numbers, he belongs in the hall, and if i may quote another future hall of famer jorge, " its his plate" thank you


Name Lisa Wolf
Date 2008-04-14 15:08:31
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Message Glad I'm not alone in the thought that Munson BELONGS in Cooperstown. I will not go there until Thurman is there. Yeah, I may only be one voice but I can be really loud if needed!!


Name bob battle
Date 2011-04-24 16:53:58
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Message I believe it is way past the time..let's vote him in..Idols are so unheard of in the day and age, but this man has been my idol for many years and he still is..i can't think of a better man or player that deserves to be voted in..


Name Herbert Collier
Date 2007-06-15 08:07:14
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Message In the 10 years he played, and until he died, Thurman Munson put up Hall-of-Fame effort and results. How can he be denied his rightful place in baseball history because he only lived to play 10 years. Thurman deserves to be in, and the Hall of Fame is diminished because he is not.


Name Cathy Shriver
Date 2006-12-09 23:12:46
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Message I also remember where I was at the time of Thurman Munson's death. What a great loss to the NY Yankees as well as the citzens of Canton and his family. He deserves to be in the Baseball Hall of Fame


Name andrea stursberg
Date 2007-08-13 21:14:16
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Message I think that he should be in the hall of fame. he was and still is my favorite player


Name David Sherburne
Date 2007-08-13 20:16:38
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Message Thurman was without a doubt the most passionate player I ever saw play the game. As a young man going to High School in the late 70's, I dreamed of being the next Thurman Munson. Although I could not do it myself, I lived the dream by watching him. He was taken from us too soon, but we will never forget. Lets not let our children ever forget. Vote him in.


Name Mickey
Date 2007-08-13 08:23:35
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Message Yes, Thurman Munson belongs in the Hall. His play, leadership and championships makes him worthy of induction.


Name Rita Lawler
Date 2009-03-26 15:29:14
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Message Thurman Munson deserves to be in the Hall of Fame
Should have been there for years already!!!!
What is taking so long????


Name Marek Franzese
Date 2006-09-30 01:30:49
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Message I am a 46 year old Yankee Fan. I saw the great Munson play at Yankee stadium during bat day in 1971. I also met Thurman, Roy White, Celerino Sanchez, Mel Stottlemyre and Bobby Murcer at White's Dept store in Yorktown Heights, NY. They all signed my Yankee pennant. Unfortunately, my mom threw it out when I got married! I would LOVE to have Thurman's autograph today. Thanksso much for creating this web site. Thurman will always be my NUMBER 1 Yankee!


Name Brooke
Date 2006-09-30 01:09:32
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Message i remember when i was a little my brother and i loves to watch the yankees on wpix we loved thurman and i was sad when he died he is my 2nd favorite yankee of altime after derek jeter


Name mike felko
Date 2006-09-30 00:53:58
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Message what more is needed to be said about this man?


Name Gary Gage
Date 2006-09-30 00:57:04
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Message Another year gone by, and today Sandberg & Boggs were welcomed to the hall of fame. Both were admittedly talented players, but even when you combine the talents of those two, they couldn't hold Thurman's ( ).
They can call it the hall of fame all they want to, but it will never be truly the baseball palace until they put Thurman's placque where it should have been twenty five years ago.
RIP Captain
Councilman Gage


Name Rob Cummings
Date 2006-09-30 01:02:21
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Message I was 11 years old, and quit playing baseball the day Thurman died. Even my kids know who Thurman is, and buy me Thurman gear whenever they find it...they are 13 and 11...my son requests #15 on every team he plays on...and his coaches ask him who's number? and are floored when he responds "Thurman Munson, the greatest catcher to ever play the game"...make me proud to teach them history, and not how much $$$ you can make...Rob


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