Dynamic Duos From Each Of The Four Sports Leagues Who Should Enter The Hall Of Fame


Every Batman needs a Robin, and it’s no different in sports. Dynamic duos have strong chemistry when playing together, and can carry the team when they’re not playing together. Essentially, they’re our heroes who do everything, including winning some championships along the way. If they can win championships, they should be considered for the Hall of Fame of their respective sport, right?


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It’s obvious that the Cubs planned their future around Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant. Two young power hitters with the drive to get better each and every day, the future is now for both players and Chicago. It paid off well in 2016 when they were apart of a team that ended the 108-year Billy Goat Curse. At the rate they’re going, they’ll be in Cooperstown someday down the road.


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Madison Bumgarner and Buster Posey are the best pitcher/catcher duo baseball has seen in decades. With their success coming from 60 feet and six inches of separation, the Giants ace and backstop MVP have shared a trio of championships since 2010, with Bosey catching Bumgarner in the dramatic Game 7 of the 2014 World Series. With new extensions, both players are destined to build off their already impressive resumes that will one day lead to a Hall of Fame moment.



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They are the best duo of players to wear the Old English D on their jerseys. Both Justin Verlander and Miguel Cabrera are among the best players in Tigers history. Verlander has won a CY Young Award and the Rookie of the Year Award whereas Cabrera has literally done everything, including the Triple Crown title. For all the things both these guys have done, it’s hard to not ignore their work of excellence in the Motor City.

Beantown Heroes

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The Red Sox entered the 2017 season without the beloved David Ortiz. “Big Papi” was the leader and now, Dustin Pedroia fills the shoes as the leader. Both have a combined 14 All-Star appearances, an MVP, World Series MVP, and eight Silver Slugger Awards. These two are destined to be in Cooperstown, especially for all the things they did for the team, and for the city of Boston.