“We hope everybody that knew Tom and his family will come out to recognize his number on the fence, with our three other great hall of fame members and celebrate his life and enjoy some Cowboy baseball the way he would have liked.”
Borland signed with the Boston Red Sox in 1955 and pitched in 27 big-league games over two seasons in 1960-61.
The move to add Borland’s number to the retired list at OSU is a natural, with his upcoming induction into the College Baseball Hall of Fame. And it keeps with Holliday’s push to embrace and recognize the history of his program.
So here’s a question: Who along with the four already honored deserves to have his number retired at OSU.
There have been a lot of All-Americans and greats to play for the Cowboys. Who else deserves this ultimate honor?
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