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With Rafael Palmero not eligible for election, who should make the Baseball Hall of Fame this year and why?
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answered:    December 30, 2010
Certainly an argument can be made for Morris for me he falls just a bit short. There are several people inducted now who I do not believe belong there including WIllie Stargell and Joe Morgan to name but two....
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December 30, 2010
I used to feel that Morgan was a product of the Big Red Machine because he was only an ok player with the Astros. I guess him winning the MVP cemented it because few 2nd basemen had ever done that before him. The guy that puzzled me was Mazeroski. Other than that game 7 HR, he was not much of a hitter. He certainly was a very good fielder but I feel that all positional players should have been really good hitters to merit induction.
 
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answered:    June 28, 2011
Jeff Bagwell, Larry Walker and John Franco are all worthy additions and I think they should be voted in. Although admittedly their numbers are not overpowering. However, the one that should be voted in is Ron Santo.
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answered:    December 30, 2010
If I had a vote I think I would have to go with Bert Blyleven and Robbie Alomar. Not entirely sure who else is eligible this year but I have heard the names Jack Morris and Tim Raines mentioned but neither of them strikes me as Hall Of Fame material. I would classify them both as just a notch below.
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