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    Keepthefaith3 presents Should Be Hall of Famers Photos

    This may sound a bit wierd, but I've decided to have a photo thread about not HOFers, but should be HOFers. Any good photos are welcome. I'd especially like to see some from the two best photo specialists in BBF, Bill Burgess and Runningshoes.
    "He studied hitting like a broker studies the stock market, how a scribe studies the scriptures" - Carl Yastrzemski on Ted Williams

    "The greatest clutch hitter in Red Sox history has done it again! Big Papi!" - Don Orsillo's call of Ortiz's walk-off single

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    Dave Parker

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    Jimmy Wynn

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    Bert Blyleven

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    Ron Santo

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    Don Mattingly

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    Jim Kaat

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    Luis Tiant

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    Keith Hernandez

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    Shoeless Joe Jackson

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    Dale Murphy

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    Bobby Bonds

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    Smokey Joe Wood

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    Dom Dimaggio

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    Frank Howard

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    Pete Rose

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    I just cannot for the life of me see why people want to put Smokey Joe Wood in the Hall of Fame. The guy had, at best, 3 good seasons, and only 1 historic one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iPod
    I just cannot for the life of me see why people want to put Smokey Joe Wood in the Hall of Fame. The guy had, at best, 3 good seasons, and only 1 historic one.
    I don't get it either. He was a great pitcher for one year, a very good pitcher for two more, and only an okay outfielder afterwards. He doesn't belong within a mile of the HOF IMO.

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