Originally Posted by Huisj
Don't forget his postseason numbers. 15-4 with a 2.67 ERA.
I did, they are awesome. But enough to override his rather borderline hall of fame numbers, not too sure. He is well below the hall of fame standard according to James formula . A 44 when 50 is the norm. This takes into consideration all facets of pitching and who has been elected before. Schillings numbers are very comparable as a starter in the regular and postseason . I think Schilling was a better starter . So if Smoltz is in, Schilling has to not be far behind. Schilling scores a full 2 points higher on James system as a 46 .