A Fearless CompetitorIf I were to compare Eyes Ford in his prime to a modern day, conventional athlete, he .
Five Times Pitcher of the YearBertie won the pitcher of the year award five time in his career, with the first coming in 1965 and then again in 1966 back to back followed by 1968, 1971 and the last one in 1978.He was the league M.V.P also in 1971 with a 9win 3 lost record.He won most strike out in 1968 with 84 and then again in 1970 with 48.he leaded the league with most wins in 1971 with 9 and in 1978 with 14.
Bertie Murray Sr
A Bahamian Baseball PlayerBertram “Bertie” Murray Sr was born on December 16th 1941. Bertie Sr was one of the most feared Pitchers in the game of Baseball in the Bahamas. winning that award Five times. Bertie Legacy will continued on through the play of his son Bertie Murray Jr National Team Coach. and his Grand Sons Brandon, Byron and Bertram III. Bertie Murray Jr held his own during his days in Baseball; but it is Bertie Sr Grandsons who how has the spotlight in 2012 with Brandon playing D1 Baseball for the College of Charleston, South Carolina who came up with an ESPN top Ten Play. Byron is playing High School Baseball in Florida at Trinity Christian Acardmy High