Tag "MLB HOF"

All-HOF Snub Team: The Outfield

Every year baseball fans debate who should make it into Cooperstown. There are some players who have fallen off the ballot and have basically been forgotten. This is the second part of a three-part series looking at the biggest Hall of Fame snubs at each position.

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All-HOF Snub Team: The Infield

Every year baseball fans debate who should make it into Cooperstown. There are some players who have fallen off the ballot and have basically been forgotten. This is the first part of a three-part series looking at the biggest Hall of Fame snubs at each position.

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Hall of Fame Case: Aramis Ramirez

Aramis Ramirez joins the ballot this year. He was a solid third baseman for 18 seasons in the MLB. Does he deserve to be inducted into Cooperstown?

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Hall of Fame Case: LaTroy Hawkins

LaTroy Hawkins pitched for 21 years and 11 teams in his career. He gets on the ballot for the first time this year. Let’s take a look at the big righty’s career.

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Hall of Fame Case: Dan Haren

Dan Haren is on the ballot for the first time this year. The big right-hander pitched 13 years in the majors and was about as durable as they come. Let’s take a look at his Hall of Fame case.

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Hall of Fame Case: Michael Cuddyer

Michael Cuddyer had a productive 15-year career, winning a batting title and even getting a few MVP votes a couple of times. Let’s take a look at his Hall of Fame case.

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HOF Case – Barry Bonds

As Barry Bonds heads into his 7th year of Hall of Fame eligibility, the question still remains if players that were accused of steroid use at any point in their career should be allowed into the Hall. Bonds is coming off a 2018 ballot in which he sat at 56.4% of the vote, still needing an 18.6% increase to get in. Will this be the year that the voters decide to let steroid users in, thus inducting Bonds?

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