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2 responses

  1. Jerry,

    Got your mail and blog linked. Interesting stats on pitchers with complete games and shutouts. I wonder if Roger C will be inducted into the Hall with all the steroid use still swirling arond him. Time will tell.

    Bob Merritt

    1. Bob:

      Thanks for checking out the blog. Unfortunately, the steroid era will continue to be a black cloud not only in baseball, but also with regards to baseball stats. There may be more than a handful of players whose stats will warrant a Hall of Fame election, but their off-the-field issues will keep them out. As we analyze those players whose stats border on inclusion in the Hall, there will be those players who have the numbers (and even surpass many players) who will not get in. When looking at players with the most career hits who aren’t in the Hall, I hate the fact that we have to include Pete Rose on that list; it just muddies the waters.


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