Welcome to Hall or No Hall
The site is simple—two writers debate whether a MLB, NFL or NBA player belongs in their respective sport's Hall of Fame. Each week we select a player and the two writers independently draft their own opinions. Sometimes the writers will arrive at the same conclusion using frighteningly similar arguments. Sometimes they’ll differ so dramatically you’ll think they are talking about different players. Either way, we hope you enjoy the site.
A 17-year veteran, Johnny Damon has had a long and fruitful baseball career. Most likely his numbers and accolades will shock you, as much as a man that looks like Jesus should. After starting his career in Kansas City, and a short stint with the A's, Damon found himself as an iconic piece of the 2004 Boston Red Sox World Series Championship team. He won another ring with the rival Yankees (yay free agency!), and since has bounced around to Detroit and Tampa Bay. Approaching the sacred 3,000 hit mark, Hallornohall.com offers insight to Caveman's possibility of having a bronze Jesus to call his own.
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