Nuxhall, King, Morgan added to ballot for Hall of Fame's Frick Award
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Former Cincinnati Reds pitcher and radio announcer Joe Nuxhall, who died last month, will join Oakland's Bill King and ESPN's Joe Morgan on the ballot for the 2008 Ford C. Frick Award, given annually by the Baseball Hall of Fame for excellence in baseball broadcasting.
The three were selected through online voting at the Hall's Web site.
Also on the ballot are Tom Cheek, Ken Coleman, Dizzy Dean, Tony Kubek, Graham McNamee, Dave Niehaus and Dave Van Horne, who were selected by the Hall's research committee.
The winner will be announced Feb. 19 and honored during induction weekend July 25-28 at the Cooperstown, N.Y., shrine.
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