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Hall of Fame Ballot Review 2010 – Conclusions


Well, over the last month and change, I have been reviewing many of the candidates for the Hall of Fame. You can find all of the posts in the sidebar to the left, but here’s the recap: Continue reading

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Hall of Fame Ballot Review – Larry Walker


We have finally reached the end of the ballot for the Hall of Fame for this season, with another first time candidate in Larry Walker. Walker was an outfielder for the Expos, Rockies and Cardinals from 1989-2005.

Career Accomplishments
1997 NL MVP
5 All Star Appearances
7 Gold Gloves
3 Silver Slugger Awards
.313/.400/.565
383 home runs
230 stolen bases
1355 runs scored
1311 runs batted in
9 seasons with .300+ batting average
4 seasons with 30+ home runs
5 seasons with 100+ runs batted in
4 seasons with 100+ runs
10 seasons with OPS+ of 130 or higher
140 Career OPS+
67.3 Career WAR
4 seasons with WAR of 5.0+ Continue reading