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Old 06-12-2019, 10:20 AM
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Default Best Baseball Players from 80's and 90' NOT in the hall of fame

Here is a list of Best Baseball Players from 80's and 90' NOT in the hall of fame. This is from rankers.com - just votes by site visitors.

Who jumps out at you as being way too high or way too low on this list? or who is missing?

Rose
Mattingly
Clemens
Bonds
McGriff
Whitaker
Dale Murphy
Hershiser
LWalker
McGwire
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DParker
TJohn
KHernandez
Garvey
Jeter
Concepcion
Palmeiro
Schilling
DwEvans
Nettles
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WClark
Sheffield
Guidry
Gooden
Grich
Quisenberry
Kent
ARod
Sosa
MRamirez
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Vizquel
Helton
Saberhagen
Lofton
Cone
Edmonds
Lynn
AOliver
BWilliams
Belle
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Valenzuela
Steib
AJones
Rolen
WMcGee
DStewart
Delgado
PaulONeil
Grace
John Franco
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Canseco
Gallaraga
Madlock
Buckner
Julio Franco
Posada
Juan Gonzalez
Olerud
Baylor
BBell
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Dusty Baker
KevinBrown
Reuschel
Abreu
Pettite
JSantana
Moyer
BWagner
Garciaparra
Joe Carter
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Luis Gonzalez
DWells
Cey
Lance Parrish
Matt WIlliams
E Davis
Strawberry
TFernandez
CDavis
Bo Jackson
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C Fielder
P Guerrero
TMartinez
Gaetti
DeMartinez
Brett Butler
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Old 06-12-2019, 10:58 AM
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Jeter is a lock should not be on list.
Arod is WAY too low.
Hersheiser too high.
Rolen too low.
Reuschel should be higher on the list.
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Agreed Peter.

Manny Ramirez is way too low as well.

Clemens, the greatest pitcher of all time ( arguably ), should be first followed by Bonds, ARod, and Manny.
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Agreed Peter.

Manny Ramirez is way too low as well.

Clemens, the greatest pitcher of all time ( arguably ), should be first followed by Bonds, ARod, and Manny.
Schilling may be right after them.
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Albert Belle is too low, like him or not he was a better hitter than many of the guys ahead of him.
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Nomar is always ranked low if you ask me. The years he put up before he turned 30 were on equal standing with Mattingly's peak.

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Reggie Smith isn't even on the list and he's in my top 5 of guys not in along with Reuschel and Dewey.
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Probably my favorite player ever, but in fairness Doc is too high given the more legit names below his.

Mattingly is very surprising to me at #2, again considering the names he's ahead of.

Heartening to see Keith at #13. Higher than I would have hoped. Another personal favorite.

I agree that Jeter seems low. Not a personal fave, but I do like his chances of making it someday.
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What I find interesting is to think back to that time period and who, at the time, was considered a lock for the hall of fame.

Obviously Pete Rose, but who in 1980 thought Fred Lynn and Dave Parker wouldn't be first ballot shoe-ins.

And were Gary Carter Carlton Fisk really that much better than Lance Parrish?
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What I find interesting is to think back to that time period and who, at the time, was considered a lock for the hall of fame.

Obviously Pete Rose, but who in 1980 thought Fred Lynn and Dave Parker wouldn't be first ballot shoe-ins.

And were Gary Carter Carlton Fisk really that much better than Lance Parrish?
Well, Hall of Stats has Carter at 167, Fisk at 158, and Parrish at 80.
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