Players That Should Be in the Baseball Hall of Fame

The Top Ten

1 Pete Rose

I've said it a thousand times, and I'll keep saying it. Rose before Bonds. What Bonds and the other cheating frauds did was permanent pollution of the historical records. Way worse than what Rose did. - 5ToolPlayers

It's sad that all those that used steroids in this decade will go in, and the all time hit king won't. Yes, he gambled. That didn't enhance his performance whatsoever.

He didn't hurt the game in Any way. He bet for his team cause he was confident! He never bet against his team

Pete did more for baseball, than he did to hurt the game. Best hitter ever - untouchable records. Let him in!

2 Derek Jeter Derek Jeter Derek Sanderson Jeter is an American former professional baseball shortstop, current businessman and baseball executive who is the chief executive officer and part owner of the Miami Marlins of Major League Baseball.

He has the most hits in baseball history for a shortstop and he has made so many memorable plays in the world series. Also, he's a class act on and off the field. He will make the hall whether you like it or not

I'm tired of hearing his name he is the most overrated player in mlb history

3 Ken Griffey Jr. Ken Griffey Jr. George Kenneth Griffey Jr. nicknamed "Junior" and "The Kid", is an American former professional baseball outfielder who played 22 years in Major League Baseball.
4 Joe Jackson

What he is accused of doing is confined to one series of one season. What the PED cheaters are accused of doing taints all the seasons of their entire careers.

He never made one error in the 1919 world series, hit over 300 and had the only homer in the series. He was a White Sox, not a Black Sox - jhunk

He deserves it look at his stats in the world series that's not a player in on the fix

joe jackson did't go in the fix! It says that in all of the books and its true!

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5 Mike Piazza
6 Gil Hodges

You can't judge a player from earlier eras only by the numbers. There are still lots of men who played alongside or against Gil - ask them. He was a great one, and deserves to be in.

7 Sammy Sosa Sammy Sosa
8 Roger Clemens
9 Albert Pujols Albert Pujols José Alberto Pujols Alcántara is a Dominican American professional baseball first baseman for the Los Angeles Angels of Major League Baseball.
10 Chipper Jones

The Contenders

11 Bert Blyleven
12 Barry Bonds Barry Bonds Barry Lamar Bonds is an American former professional baseball left fielder who played 22 seasons in Major League Baseball with the Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants.

He really should steroids didn't help him that much

Hall of famer hands down before the steroids and after. oh that's right the committee doesn't like him.

13 Alex Rodriguez Alex Rodriguez Alexander Emmanuel Rodriguez, nicknamed "A-Rod", is an American former professional baseball shortstop and third baseman. He played 22 seasons in Major League Baseball for the Seattle Mariners, Texas Rangers, and New York Yankees.
14 Frank Thomas
15 Edgar Martinez

Sure he was a Designated HItter most of his career (thanks to an injury early on that forever affected him), but he was so good that the award for DH of the year is called the Edgar Martinez award. Not to mention he could hit the ball like a demon completely free of steroids.

16 Mark McGwire
17 Adrian Beltre

2004 he had one of the best seasons ever!.334 avg with 48 HR--that's not even human! The fact that he's still a.310 avg with 30 HR at age 37 is insane! Most players are done by that age. Incredible defense Beltre!

18 Fred Lynn

One of the greatest batters of all time - olhrocks

19 Jack Morris

The pitcher in the 80's

20 Keith Hernandez

HE IS THE funniest baseball player ever for the mets

Top 3 fielding shortstop
Lifetime avg up around.300
How is he not a hall of famer

21 Alan Trammell
22 Dave Parker
23 Rick Reuschel
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