Not in Hall of Fame News

Well, you have seen us grow our site with the addition of existing Hockey Hall of Fame inductees. We have done the first four classes, so we move to the Class of 1952 who comprises:Bill CookDickie BoonMickey MacKayMoose GoheenMoose JohnsonNels StewartGang you know the drill. Check it out, and cast your votes. Look for upcoming classes soon!
It was reported today on WWE.com that the “Hardcore Legend”, Mick Foley will be inducted to the WWE Hall of Fame this year. Foley was the first name announced to this year’s class which many people expect to be a loaded one as it will be held in the “Mecca of Sports Entertainment”, Madison Square Gardens in New York City.Foley has often told the story of hitchhiking to the Gardens to see the Steel Cage Match between Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka and “The Magnficent” Muraco and for him to be inducted to the Hall of Fame in that facility has to…
The Football Hall of Fame has announced their finalists for the 2013 Class. It includes four first time nominees, which should not be a surprise to anyone that they made the cut. Jonathan Ogden, Larry Allen, Warren Sapp and Michael Strahan have all cracked the list of finalists, and all could conceivable have a shot to enter on their debut appearance. This group of four is joined by some familiar faces at this stage.Wide Receivers, Cris Carter, Tim Brown and Andre Reed are all back. All three have received a wide breadth of fan support though the induction process and…
You will have to forgive the chairman as I am set to climb aboard the soapbox again. The reaction received twenty four hours after the Baseball Writers of America pitched a shutout to the most star studded ballot (since the first ballot in 1936) has bothered me; though I realize I should have seen this coming.Many current Baseball Hall of Fame inductees have been vocal about their opinions about not letting suspected PED users (namely Roger Clemens, Barry Bonds & Sammy Sosa) into Cooperstown. Andre Dawson had commented weeks ago that those players should not be inducted. Jim Bunning recently…
Well, you have seen us grow our site with the addition of existing Hockey Hall of Fame inductees. We have done the first three classes, so we move to the Class of 1950 who comprises:Frank PatrickGeorge RichardsonGraham DrinkwaterHarry TriheyJoe MaloneMike GrantNewsy LalondeScotty DavidsonSi GriffisGang you know the drill. Check it out, and cast your votes. Look for upcoming classes soon!
The most anticipated day in Baseball Hall of Fame history has arrived, and like Al Capone’s Vault, the answer was Nothing. No PED users (or suspected users) got in, and nor did anybody considered clean. Let’s take a look at the vote, and give our synopsis. Craig Biggio 68.2, 1st Year, #14 on our list.The highest vote getter this year, Craig Biggio had 3,000 hits, though was never considered a dominating player, was a legitimate seven time All Star. Despite the glut of new talent on next year’s ballot, a 68.2 percent debut tells us that he will get in eventually. Jack…
The convoluted mess that is the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame has unveiled its ballot with limited fanfare. Of the major North American sports, it is unarguably the hardest one to follow, and the one whose self-promotion is the weakest. With that said, we are going to take a look at the ballot and the nominees for the Class of 2013.North American Nominations (31 Nominees)From this list, a candidate needs seven of nine votes from the North American committee to become a finalist.  Finalists will be announced in February at the NBA All-Star Game. They are ranked alphabetically, and their…
Well, you have seen us grow our site with the addition of existing Hockey Hall of Fame inductees. We have done the first two classes of 1945 and 1947, so we move to add the curiously small class of 1949 which contained only two members; that being:Art RossDan BainIt may be a small addition, but gang you know the drill. Check it out, and cast your votes. Look for upcoming classes soon! 
Although it has been widely speculated for some time that this would be the final season of Ray Lewis’ career, today he made it official announcing that he will not return to active competition next season. Lewis still at least one more game in him, as he will return to the Baltimore Ravens’ lineup after a triceps injury took him out for the entire regular season. The Ravens are entering the playoff as the number 4 seed in the AFC, and even if they win (thus extending the career of Lewis) this weekend, this is likely to be the linebacker’s…
As you may have noticed, we here Notinhalloffame is actually looking at those who are IN the Hockey Hall of Fame. We have uploaded a chance for you to look at the 1945 Class, so now we naturally continue chronologically with the next class which was in 1947. This class consists of: Aurele Joliat Claude Robinson Cyclone Taylor Dit Clapper Eddie Shore Frank Calder Frank Nighbor James Sutherland John Ross Robertson Lester Patrick Russell Bowie W.A. Hewitt William Northey You know the drill. Check it out, and cast your votes. Look for upcoming classes soon