Tag: Jacques Papierclip

Papierclip Voted to the Hall

Jacques Papierclip will be the sole induction to the hallowed halls of the Bull League Hall of Fame for 2018, after taking in 82.5% of the votes in his second year of eligibility.

Players require 75% or more of the votes for admission, and must have been retired at least two seasons to become eligible. Continue reading “Papierclip Voted to the Hall”

Hall of Fame Announcements Expected Soon

In just over a week, the Bull League Hall of Fame will announce its 2018 inductees, and so far the rumored leading vote-getter is Jacques Papierclip, though he may not garner enough votes to make it in.

Jacques played 24 seasons as a starting pitcher in the Bull League, retiring at age 41 from the New York Minutemen in 2011. Over his career he amassed a record of 98-66, playing in 265 games and crafting a 3.18 career ERA (tied at 8th on the career leaders list). Continue reading “Hall of Fame Announcements Expected Soon”

Hall of Fame Voting Opens Today

The Hall of Fame voting period opens today for the 2018 induction ceremonies.

While there are a trio of worthy players in their first-year of eligibility, there are also some who have been on the ballot before and who are hoping this will be their year. Continue reading “Hall of Fame Voting Opens Today”