Railsplitter

03-24-2004, 07:49 AM

Should mere numbers be enough for entry into the Hall of Fame? Some say 3,000 hits, 500 home runs, 300 wins, those numbers would be commonplace if players could last 30 years in the big leagues.

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Railsplitter

03-24-2004, 07:49 AM

Should mere numbers be enough for entry into the Hall of Fame? Some say 3,000 hits, 500 home runs, 300 wins, those numbers would be commonplace if players could last 30 years in the big leagues.

idseer

03-24-2004, 08:37 AM

Originally posted by Railsplitter

Should mere numbers be enough for entry into the Hall of Fame? Some say 3,000 hits, 500 home runs, 300 wins, those numbers would be commonplace if players could last 30 years in the big leagues.

numbers should have nothing to do with it.

hell ... it's called the hall of FAME, right? it should just have yankees as members. and the occasional famous non-yankee.

Should mere numbers be enough for entry into the Hall of Fame? Some say 3,000 hits, 500 home runs, 300 wins, those numbers would be commonplace if players could last 30 years in the big leagues.

numbers should have nothing to do with it.

hell ... it's called the hall of FAME, right? it should just have yankees as members. and the occasional famous non-yankee.

Dadawg_77

03-24-2004, 08:42 AM

Originally posted by Railsplitter

Should mere numbers be enough for entry into the Hall of Fame? Some say 3,000 hits, 500 home runs, 300 wins, those numbers would be commonplace if players could last 30 years in the big leagues.

I think your question should be; Should counting stats have a higher impact then ratio stats in judging the Hall of Fame worthiness of a player?

Should mere numbers be enough for entry into the Hall of Fame? Some say 3,000 hits, 500 home runs, 300 wins, those numbers would be commonplace if players could last 30 years in the big leagues.

I think your question should be; Should counting stats have a higher impact then ratio stats in judging the Hall of Fame worthiness of a player?

Railsplitter

03-25-2004, 01:25 PM

I think this question should also be raised: did the player ever lead the league in any major statistical catagory (hits, HR, RBI, BA for batter, Wins, winning percentage, K's, ERA for pitchers)

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