Concepcion is an interesting HOF case. IMO he was the best SS of the 70's, yet that is a very weak time for SS's. Is being the best of a weak crop make one Hall worthy? In Davey's case, I don't think so. Usually I do give credit for being the best at a position during a particular time, Ron Santo is a good example of that. But Davey's case is no where near as good as Trammel's, and when the likes of Larkin, Ripkin, Jeter, Tejada come up, no way does Davey compare to them. Yet this isn't meant to dimish his talents or his contributions, but that doesn't make him Hall worthy in my book.
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