MLB legends who are not in the hall of fame

MLB comes up with the hall of Famer this year. However, many great players left without an honor. Here, we are talking about the legends who didn't get hall of fame title this year.


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Roger Clemen

Seven Cy Young Awards, two pitching Triple Crowns, an AL MVP Award and the third-most strikeouts in history give Clemens a claim to best pitcher of all-time, and just like Bonds. But Clemens might have an even trickier time with veterans committee voting bodies than he has had with the BBWAA.

Barry Bonds

This doesn’t require much explanation; Bonds is the greatest player many of us have seen in our lifetimes, and he had accrued surefire Hall credentials before his alleged PED use clouded the picture. 

Billy Wagner

Among all Live Ball Era pitchers with at least 750 innings, Wagner is the very best in strikeouts per nine innings (11.9) and WHIP (0.998) while also ranking behind only Mariano Rivera in ERA+ (187) and owning the sixth-highest save total in history (422). I fear that Wagner, if he isn't elected from a less-crowded ballot right now, could be overshadowed by modern-day strikeout monsters.

Bill Freehan

Call this a toss-up between Freehan and Thurman Munson, both of whom could use a longer look from the Hall’s veteran committees. But he was also just as accomplished a two-way catcher as the Yankees captain -- and just as revered a leader for the Tigers, too.

Dick Allen

Scott Rolen deserves the momentum he’s getting on the BBWAA ballot, but Allen’s recent passing shone an even brighter spotlight on his Cooperstown-worthy credentials. It’s unfortunate that Allen didn’t live long enough to celebrate his election.


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