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Tom Tango on Jack Morris' HOF Case


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You know that's three years old, right? ;)

It's still a good place to start, though. About the only thing he didn't cover was pitching to the score, and Posnanski covered that on several occasions.

He's not a Hall-of-Famer. That's it. Not unless you are comfortable including guys like Dave Steib.

He could be a Hall of Famer if you don't really believe in objective standards for the Hall, and just think that the players should be elected based on how impressive they were considered by the standards and observers of their time (or at least the interpretation of that by the Vet's Committee). There are quite a few HOFers who are in the Hall basically by that method. Jim Rice, for example. Ray Schalk, I guess. Pie Traynor.

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