Born in the summer of 2008, MussinaHOF.com is dedicated to all things Mike Mussina and his eventual enshrinement in the Hall of Fame. Mussinahof.com has been linked and discussed by ESPN.com, USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, New York Newsday and numerous other websites.
The stated goal of the website is to see Mike Mussina elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. The site serves to cast a light on Mussina’s often overlooked and under-appreciated career. Since his retirement in 2008 and arrival on the HOF ballot in 2013, the subject of Mussina’s Hall of Fame candidacy continues to generate debate. This site documents his numerous achievements, dispels negative perceptions of his candidacy, and provides clear-cut evidence for his enshrinement in Cooperstown. Thank you and God Bless America.
Patrick Bohn. Patrick holds a Bachelors of Communication and a Masters of Sport Management from Ithaca College. He is a journalist by day, and haunts the halls of Ithaca College as an instructor of media writing in the evening. He’s also an amateur novelist who really enjoys chicken wings, ribs, Haribo sour cherries, and milk. He has had a rabid man-crush on Mike Mussina since his near perfect game in 2001 (but don’t tell his wife, Ashley or her dog, Banjo, who as we speak is staring out the window, waiting for Patrick to return home). You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ryan Vooris. Ryan is a college professor at the State University of New York at Cortland. He earned his Ph.D. from Indiana University. When’s he not studying the history of Baseball Hall of Fame ballots he researches social media usage within the sports world. He also teaches courses on information technology in sports, emerging media, and sport history. His favorite thing to do is to coach little league with his two young children and deny them access to the Star Wars prequels. You can talk to him on Twitter @ryanvooris.