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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
PostPosted: Thu Dec 29, 2011 10:18 pm 
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Chemical Ali wrote:
Its out of 37 from that chart,


Okay, yes, so he's at 86.4% right now, looks real good.


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
PostPosted: Thu Dec 29, 2011 10:32 pm 
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Fucking Jack Morris has more votes than Bagwell.

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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
PostPosted: Thu Dec 29, 2011 10:34 pm 
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Ace of Spades wrote:
Fucking Jack Morris has more votes than Bagwell.

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Yeah, that's fucking insane.


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
PostPosted: Fri Dec 30, 2011 3:21 pm 
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Blank ballots are an injustice on par with human trafficking.


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
PostPosted: Fri Dec 30, 2011 6:16 pm 
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monga18 wrote:
Blank ballots are an injustice on par with human trafficking.


There were years in the past where nobody on the ballot should have gotten in, but not at this point. As long as Raines and Bagwell are there a blank ballot is a joke.

Bagwell has the highest career WAR of anybody who is eligible but not yet in.

Rank Player (yrs, age) Wins Above Replacement Bats/Throws
1. Babe Ruth+ (22) 190.0 L
2. Barry Bonds (22) 171.8 L
3. Ty Cobb+ (24) 159.5 L
4. Willie Mays+ (22) 154.7 R
5. Cy Young+ (22) 143.2 R
6. Hank Aaron+ (23) 141.6 R
7. Walter Johnson+ (21) 139.8 R
8. Honus Wagner+ (21) 134.5 R
9. Tris Speaker+ (22) 132.9 L
10. Roger Clemens (24) 128.8 R
11. Rogers Hornsby+ (23) 127.8 R
Stan Musial+ (22) 127.8 L
13. Eddie Collins+ (25) 126.7 L
14. Ted Williams+ (19) 125.3 L
15. Mickey Mantle+ (18) 120.2 B
16. Lou Gehrig+ (17) 118.4 L
17. Rickey Henderson+ (25) 113.1 R
18. Mel Ott+ (22) 109.3 L
19. Mike Schmidt+ (18) 108.3 R
20. Frank Robinson+ (21) 107.4 R
21. Pete Alexander+ (20) 106.8 R
22. Tom Seaver+ (20) 106.1 R
23. Alex Rodriguez (18, 35) 104.6 R
24. Nap Lajoie+ (21) 104.2 R
25. Joe Morgan+ (22) 103.5 L
26. Kid Nichols+ (15) 103.2 B
27. Cap Anson+ (27) 99.3 R
28. Eddie Mathews+ (17) 98.3 L
29. Greg Maddux (23) 96.9 R
30. Jimmie Foxx+ (20) 95.2 R
31. Lefty Grove+ (17) 93.3 L
32. Phil Niekro+ (24) 93.0 R
33. Bob Gibson+ (17) 91.8 R
34. Al Kaline+ (22) 91.0 R
35. Christy Mathewson+ (17) 90.7 R
36. Gaylord Perry+ (22) 90.5 R
37. George Davis+ (20) 90.3 B
38. Cal Ripken+ (21) 89.9 R
39. Warren Spahn+ (21) 89.7 L
40. Randy Johnson (22) 89.6 R
41. Wade Boggs+ (18) 89.0 L
42. Albert Pujols (11, 31) 88.7 R
Carl Yastrzemski+ (23) 88.7 L
44. Bert Blyleven+ (22) 87.6 R
45. Roger Connor+ (18) 87.2 L
46. Steve Carlton+ (24) 86.9 L
47. George Brett+ (21) 85.0 L
48. Roberto Clemente+ (18) 83.8 R
49. Joe DiMaggio+ (13) 83.6 R
50. Chipper Jones (18, 39) 82.7 B
Robin Roberts+ (19) 82.7 B
52. Dan Brouthers+ (19) 81.7 L
53. Fergie Jenkins+ (19) 81.5 R
54. John Clarkson+ (12) 81.3 R
55. Charlie Gehringer+ (19) 80.9 L
56. Nolan Ryan+ (27) 80.5 R
57. Jeff Bagwell (15) 79.9 R
58. Rod Carew+ (19) 79.1 L
59. Tim Keefe+ (14) 79.0 R
60. Ken Griffey (22) 78.6 L
61. Robin Yount+ (20) 76.9 R
62. Eddie Plank+ (17) 76.8 L
63. Sam Crawford+ (19) 76.6 L
64. Bill Dahlen (21) 75.9 R
Frank Thomas (19) 75.9 R
66. Arky Vaughan+ (14) 75.6 L
67. Pete Rose (24) 75.3 B
68. Frankie Frisch+ (19) 74.8 B
Paul Molitor+ (21) 74.8 R
70. Ed Delahanty+ (16) 74.7 R
71. Reggie Jackson+ (21) 74.6 L
Mike Mussina (18) 74.6 L
73. Paul Waner+ (20) 73.8 L
74. Old Hoss Radbourn+ (12) 73.6 R
75. Pedro Martinez (18) 73.5 R
76. Fred Clarke+ (21) 73.4 L
77. Tom Glavine (22) 71.6 L
78. Bob Caruthers (10) 71.4 L
Jim Thome (21, 40) 71.4 L
80. Johnny Bench+ (17) 71.3 R
81. Derek Jeter (17, 37) 70.4 R
82. Johnny Mize+ (15) 70.2 L
83. Don Drysdale+ (14) 69.8 R
84. Lou Whitaker (19) 69.7 L
85. Billy Hamilton+ (14) 69.6 L
Tony Mullane (13) 69.6 B
87. Harry Heilmann+ (17) 69.4 R
88. Luke Appling+ (20) 69.3 R
89. Brooks Robinson+ (23) 69.1 R
90. Barry Larkin (19) 68.9 R
91. Tony Gwynn+ (20) 68.4 L
92. Jim Edmonds (17) 67.9 L
93. Curt Schilling (20) 67.7 R
94. Bobby Grich (17) 67.6 R
95. Duke Snider+ (18) 67.5 L
96. Carlton Fisk+ (24) 67.3 R
Ivan Rodriguez (21, 39) 67.3 R
Red Ruffing+ (22) 67.3 R
Larry Walker (17) 67.3 L
100. Edgar Martinez (18) 67.2 R
101. Alan Trammell (20) 66.9 R
102. Eddie Murray+ (21) 66.7 B
Pee Wee Reese+ (16) 66.7 R
104. Manny Ramirez (19, 39) 66.6 R
105. Ron Santo+ (15) 66.4 R
106. Gary Carter+ (19) 66.3 R
107. Craig Biggio (20) 66.2 R
Scott Rolen (16, 36) 66.2 R
109. Rafael Palmeiro (20) 66.0 L
110. Bobby Wallace+ (25) 65.9 R
111. Don Sutton+ (23) 65.6 R
112. Kenny Lofton (17) 65.3 L
Rick Reuschel (19) 65.3 R
John Smoltz (21) 65.3 R
115. Willie McCovey+ (22) 65.1 L
116. Monte Ward+ (17) 64.9 L
117. Tim Raines (23) 64.6 B
Ozzie Smith+ (19) 64.6 B
119. Ernie Banks+ (19) 64.4 R
120. Jesse Burkett+ (16) 64.1 L
121. Kevin Brown (19) 64.0 R
122. Home Run Baker+ (13) 63.7 L
Jim McCormick (10) 63.7 R
124. Carl Hubbell+ (16) 63.6 R
Al Simmons+ (20) 63.6 R
126. Roberto Alomar+ (17) 63.5 B
127. Reggie Smith (17) 63.4 B
128. Bob Feller+ (18) 63.3 R
Gary Sheffield (22) 63.3 R
130. Jackie Robinson+ (10) 63.2 R
131. Mark McGwire (16) 63.1 R
Jim Palmer+ (19) 63.1 R
133. Goose Goslin+ (18) 63.0 L
134. Shoeless Joe Jackson (13) 62.9 L
Ted Lyons+ (21) 62.9 B
136. Juan Marichal+ (16) 62.7 R
137. Joe Cronin+ (20) 62.5 R
138. Amos Rusie+ (10) 62.1 R
139. Ryne Sandberg+ (16) 62.0 R
140. Yogi Berra+ (19) 61.9 L
141. Dwight Evans (20) 61.8 R
142. Graig Nettles (22) 61.6 L
143. Dick Allen (15) 61.2 R
144. Harmon Killebrew+ (22) 61.1 R
145. Keith Hernandez (17) 61.0 L
146. Jake Beckley+ (20) 60.9 L
147. Buddy Bell (18) 60.8 R
Carlos Beltran (14, 34) 60.8 B
Willie Keeler+ (19) 60.8 L
150. Sal Bando (16) 60.6 R


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2011 2:18 pm 
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Here's an update from another site:

http://www.baseballthinkfactory.org/fil ... of%20Fame/

Friday, December 30, 2011
2012 Hall Of Fame Ballot Collecting Gizmo
UPDATE~~~ 63 65 Full Ballots

92.3 - Larkin
64.6 - Jack (The Jack) Morris
61.5 - T. Raines
60.0 - Bagwell
46.2 - Trammell
40.0 - E. Martinez
38.5 - Lee Smith
24.6 - L. Walker
23.1 - McGriff
20.0 - McGwire
13.8 - D. Murphy
10.8 - R. Palmiero
7.7 - Mattingly
3.1 - J. Gonzalez
1.5 - V. Castilla
1.5 - Bernie Williams !
1.5 - P. Rose (write-in)


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2011 5:59 pm 
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Are those the percentages next to their names? If so, damn. Didn't think he would be posting over a 90 percent; also, didnt figure bernie to not even get 2 percent.


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2011 7:40 pm 
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Has Raines ever even gotten half as many votes?


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2011 9:04 pm 
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monga18 wrote:
Has Raines ever even gotten half as many votes?


Looks like Raines and Bagwell are on their way to getting in in the next 2-3 years.


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2012 3:05 pm 
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Larkin's in with 86%.

The bad news was that Morris is up to 67%.


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2012 3:41 pm 
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Post a source! I want to see!


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
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Chemical Ali wrote:
Post a source! I want to see!


http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/events/hof/y2012/index.jsp


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 3:58 pm 
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Barry Bonds at number 2? I sure hope I still have that rookie card.


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
PostPosted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 8:47 pm 
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Why are Barry Bonds, Mark McGuire and Roger Clemens on these lists? They used steroids.

Answer me this?

When the Jerry Sandusky/Penn State child sex story was revealed, Penn State wiped the record books out of all the wins its football team and coach Joe Paterno accumulated from 1998 to 2012.

http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2012/07/23/do ... os-legacy/

Why didn't Major League Baseball wipe out all of the homeruns of steroid users Mark McGuire, Barry Bonds and Sammy Sosa and give Hank Aaron and Roger Maris back their records?

And yes, I know I'm comparing a story about a child molester at a college to professional baseball players who used steroids, but still. Their records should have been taken away! Why weren't they?


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 Post subject: Re: 100 Greatest Major League Baseball Players
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The Greatest Relief Pitcher of All-Time and the Greatest Third Baseman of All-Time!

Doug Jones and Carney Lansford!

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