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Yeah, Boog Powell won an MVP award with the O's and has 2 rings, but no statue. Flanagan and Cuellar both won Cy Youngs and have rings. No statue for them. Everybody with a statue is in the Hall of Fame.

Boog does have a Pit Beef stand.

Jones might be happy with a signature food stall in lieu of a statue.

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