Minto Foxburr Inducted into Hall Of Fame
Tuesday, January 1st, 2030
"He simply produced -- game after game after game. That's what I loved about him."
Those sentiments were expressed by one of Minto Foxburr's managers at the gifted third baseman's Hall of Fame induction ceremony yesterday. On a cloudy, but comfortable afternoon, he took his rightful place among the best Tolkien Baseball players of all-time.
The newest Hall of Famer assessed his career in these words: "I did my best to contribute to the team -- in the field, at the plate, in the dugout. I didn't care about personal numbers. I just went out there to win."
Foxburr played in 2444 games with a .295 career batting average and 2541 hits. He also scored 1508 runs and drove in 1133 runs with 290 home runs.
Foxburr retired from baseball, when he was 44.Posted at August 6, 2014 07:58 PM | more from League News, more from Minas Morgul