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Maximus
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McGriff is way too low. Look at his career numbers. Never link to steroids and no suspision. He was hitting 30-40 homers almost yearly just before the steroid era when that was a ton of homers. He hit 20+ homers in 15 seasons, finished with 493.


he and Tom Emansky revolutionized the game






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papz
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ForeverLSU02
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Biggio will get in before Bagwell





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molsusports
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It will be a travesty if Biggio doesn't get in.


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craigbiggio



I wonder how the markmcgwire TD poster feels about this






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medtiger
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Biggio will get in before Bagwell


I agree, and he should. I think Biggio is very comparable to Sandberg in stats. They have very similar batting stats. Biggio played 5 more years and has the 3000 hits, while Sandberg has the MVP. It took Sandberg 3 tries to get in, so it'll probably be similar for Biggio.






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TigerintheNO
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I think that Piazza might be the only one that gets in this time. Of the voters (48) that ESPN spoke with less than 40% said they will vote for Bonds this year, Sosa was at 14%





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Dubosed
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Larry Walker --- 22.9% ---> 5% too low


I wish he had a couple more great years to get himself into the hall of fame. He might of been the best 5 tool player of his generation.






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MillerMan
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Biggio


Coaches baseball at my old high school now. I think they have won back to back state championships.






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TigerTale22
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I would say Jack Morris finally gets in and Tim Raines and Alan Trammell get close.

Like someone mentioned previously it took Sandberg 3 tries, Biggio should be the same.






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RonBurgundy
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McGriff is way too low.






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ThisWayChad
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Coaches baseball at my old high school now. I think they have won back to back state championships.


Do they play U2 when he takes a trip to the mound?






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