Three great managers in recent MLB history were announced as the latest inductees for the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Monday, off of the Expansion Era ballot filled with 12 venerated figures in America's pastime.
Many time World Series winners Joe Torre and Tony La Russa and the longtime Atlanta Braves manager Bobby Cox were the 2014 inductees, and they will officially be made a part of Cooperstown's history in a ceremony on Sunday, July 27, 2014.
As the Hall of Fame's official Twitter account pointed out, all of the managers were unanimous choices:
My daughter and I left flowers for John Lennon on a recent visit to New York City. This is a small section of Central Park dedicated to his memory. I'm sure today will be incredibly crowded.
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2-HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE - $27M
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4-THOR: THE DARK WORLD - $4.7M
5-DELIVERY MAN - $3.8M
6-HOMEFRONT - $3.4M
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Keith Richards will return for his third appearance in the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ movie series, reprising his role as Captain Jack Sparrow’s father.
We hear that Johnny Depp once again will star in the fifth movie ofthe series, titled ‘Dead Men Tell No Tales.’ Filming will begin in October 2014.
Richards’ character Teague will be featured in an expanded role as they go on search for the mysterious “Trident,” which Teague apparently knows something about.
Richards appeared in 2007′s ‘At World’s End’ and 2011′s ‘On Stranger Tides,’ after Depp admitted that his original portrayal of the flamboyant Sparrow was based in part on the guitarist.