Saturday, November 10, 2012

Who Should be in the Hall of Fame, but isn't (1990's) 11/10/12

Hey baseball fans!

Recently, I've been doing some guest blogging for More Than a Fan, where I've written posts about players who I think should be in the Hall of Fame but aren't (here's a link to all my prior posts).  Well, today I bring you the last post in the series -- those players from the 1990's who should be in the Hall of Fame. Can you guess who I picked? f you want to read more, please click on this link.

I hope you like all of my picks. If I missed anyone, please let me know.


3 comments:

  1. Here are some pitchers I'd like to see in:

    Starters:

    Jim Kaat
    Luis Tiant
    Lew Burdette
    Billy Pierce
    Jack Morris
    Tommy John
    Carl Mays
    Mickey Lolich
    Charlie Root
    Allie Reynolds
    Dave Stewart
    David Cone


    Relievers:

    Elroy Face
    Lindy McDaniel
    Sparky Lyle
    Kent Tekulve
    Gene Garber
    Mike Marshall
    John Franco
    Jeff Reardon
    Lee Smith
    Tom Henke
    Don McMahon
    Fipo Marberry

    The follwing are pitchers, who would have made it had their careers not been sidetracked by injuries or other factors:

    Dwight Gooden
    JR Richard
    Smokey Joe Wood
    Sal Maglie
    Don Newcombe
    Urban Shocker

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    1. I like your picks. Jack Morris is actually projected to get in this year by the BBWAA and Luis Tiant should get just for his windup.

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