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Cast Your Ballot for the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame
When it comes to exciting new events in the Wolverine State, it’s not only Michigan online casinos that get top billing in May: voting for the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame is now open, and you can cast your vote for professional and amateur sports players (as well as coaches) until May 22.
The Michigan Sports Hall of Fame in Detroit releases its list of nominees at the beginning of each May, and there are only so many weeks to cast your vote at https://michigansportshof.org/ballot/.
Just a few of the nominees on the list include pro athletes such as:
- Bennie Blades, Lions' All-Time Team
- Pavel Datsyuk, Red Wings
- Tony Esposito, Michigan Tech
- Larry Foote, Detroit Pershing
As well as amateur athletes such as:
- Derrick Alexander, Detroit Benedictine
- Davis and White, Royal Oak native
- Jim Harbaugh, Michigan Wolverines
- Drew Henson: Brighton native
Some of the coaches that made the list include:
- John Beilein, Detroit Pistons
- Tommy Ivan, Wings coach
- Anita Jo Lake, Flint-area native
- Frank Orlando, Detroit Country Day
- Bob Parks, Howell native
- Perry Watson, Detroit native
Don’t forget to cast your ballot before the deadline on May 22!