Bert Blyleven: A second call to the Hall?

Fox Sports North may soon have a two-time Hall of Famer on its air. The Pioneer Press reports Twins TV analyst Bert Blyleven is in the running to enter the hall in the Ford C. Frick wing for broadcasters.
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We know there a drinking games based on when TV analyst Bert Blyleven says “At the Major League level” during Twins’ games. But that quirk might not stop Bert from entering baseball’s hall of fame as a broadcaster. He’s already in as a player, but the Pioneer Pressreports Blyleven has made the first cut to go in next year for his on-air work.

If he's elected, Blyleven would be the first player to also go in as a broadcaster. As he told Charley Walters, "I'd have to write another speech."

That first speech? Solid gold:

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