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Barry Bonds might not make the HOF (he definitely should). If he doesn't it's by far him.
Pete Rose & Barry Bonds
how about guys that are actually allowed to be in, and not voted in yet (or ever)
so this takes Rose and Shoeless out of the question.
it might end up being Jason Giambi, he has a career .403 opb,
I would love to see Lou Whitaker and Alan Trammell get in. Hopefully together.
Best player not in is Barry Bonds, but I would like to throw Fred McGriff into the mix. I always enjoyed watching him play.
Edgar Martinez. One of my favorite hitters ever. For some reason Seattle was my favorite team after the Yankees.
I think a lot of the steroid guys get in like Bonds, Clemens, A-Rod, etc..
Based off numbers I don't feel neither Sosa nor McGwire are worthy. They did make baseball popular again though with all those epic HR years.
...What a coordinated flop looks like...
Not even close....Charlie Hustle!
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Seems to me a lot of posters do not know the 6 criteria upon which HoF voting is based. Three are related to stats, and three pertain to conduct and behavior. Obviously, not all HoFers were good men, and often stats are a free pass.
Voting shall be based upon
- the player's record
- playing ability
- contributions to the team(s) on which the player played.
Last edited by Dugmet; 12-27-2012 at 10:50 AM.