HOF ballot newcomers: Should he, shouldn’t he?

That’s the problem with Hall of Fame ballots. Other than the obvious there-because-it’s-five-years-retired players, picking the worthies from among the newcomers is both a challenge and a lot of fun, at least until you run into the ones you knew were good, even great, but not quite Hall of Fame great.

And several of these players have had some impeccable moments regardless of whether or not they shake out as Hall of Famers:

 

THE NEWCOMERS, CONTINUED . . .

Anderson hits the three-run double that really puts the Angels en route to winning Game Seven, 2002 World Series.

Anderson hits the three-run double that really puts the Angels en route to winning Game Seven, 2002 World Series.