21 July 2011
On Sunday, Roberto Alomar will become the first Arizona Diamondback inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Alomar was selected for 12 All-Star Games and won 10 Gold Gloves, but only played 38 Games for the Diamondbacks. Although he hit a respectable .309/.382/.473 with the Diamondbacks, there weren't very many memorable moments in Alomar's career with the team.
Chris Jaffe of The Hardball Times has a piece up on Roberto Alomar's career highlights - his best games, worst games, most important and memorable games, plus some of the memorable games he happened to be on hand for (even if he was just merely on hand on for them). Jaffe even found two items to include from Alomar's Diamondbacks' days.
Jaffe's full article can be found here: Roberto Alomar's Career Highlights
Randy Johnson will be eligible for induction in 2014, and will almost certainly be voted in on the first ballot. Until then, Roberto Alomar will be the Diamondbacks' only representative in the Baseball Hall of Fame.