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Orioles' Hall of Famer Eddie Murray selected to Negro Leagues Baseball Museum 'Hall of Game'

Orioles' Hall of Famer Eddie Murray selected to Negro Leagues Baseball Museum 'Hall of Game'

In honor of its fifth induction class, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (NLBM) has selected five baseball legends to be inducted into its “Hall of Game.”

The announcement was made during a news conference held at the NLBM on Tuesday. This year’s class includes former Orioles first baseman and Baseball Hall of Famer Eddie Murray, 1972 American League Most Valuable Player Dick Allen, six-time All-Star Kenny Lofton, and pitchers Jim “Mudcat” Grant and J.R. Richard.

Considered one of the best first basemen to play the game, Murray played 21 major league seasons, including 13 with the Orioles. As a mainstay in the Orioles lineup from 1977 to...

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