The Dutch city of Haarlem will honor the deceased outfielder of the Seattle Mariners, Gregory Halman, by naming a square in front of Pim Mulier Stadium after him. A city council commission unanimously approved a proposal by initiator Jan Baaijens this weekend. Additionally Halman’s picture also is supposed to be displayed at the side of a ring road in Haarlem alongside other famous sports stars of the city. Halman was stabbed to death on November 21, 2011 at his home in Rotterdam.
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