Cooperstown 2018: Livan Hernandez

Cooperstown 2018: Livan Hernandez

Hall of Very Good

Cooperstown 2018: Livan Hernandez

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LIVAN HERNANDEZ
First Year on Ballot

PLAYING CAREER: Florida Marlins (1996–1999), San Francisco Giants (1999–2002), Montreal Expos/Washington Nationals (2003–2006), Arizona Diamondbacks (2006–2007), Minnesota Twins (2008), Colorado Rockies (2008), New York Mets (2009), Washington Nationals (2009–2011), Atlanta Braves (2012) and Milwaukee Brewers (2012).

ACHIEVEMENTS: Career 178-177 record, 4.44 ERA and 1976 strikeouts in 17 Major League seasons. Won both the NLCS and World Series MVP awards on the way to winning the World Series championship. Two-time All-Star.

WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ON TWITTER:

HOVG THOUGHTS:  Sorry, Lovers of Livan…Hernandez does not a chance.

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