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Is Fred McGriff a HOFer?

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  • Is Fred McGriff a HOFer?

    I have 16 reasons why McGriff should and should not be a HOFer.

    Fred McGriff HOF?

    Yes
    1. 80 RBI each year 1988-2002, only Hank Aaron better with 17 straight.
    2. Third All-time in games at first base, with #2 Jake Beckley and #1 Eddie Murray in.
    3. 9.12 Range factor with average 8.25.
    4. In 10 Postseason series, 50 games, (.303, 10, 37) 11 2B, 36R
    5. The 1993 Braves run, down 9 games on July 18.
    6. 493 HR, 21st all time.
    7. TB 4,458, 38th all time.
    8. RBI 1550, 34th all time.
    9. Walks 1305, 34th all time.
    10. Extra Base Hits 958, 31st all time.
    11. 19 HR each year 1987-2002.
    12. 1988-1994, 30 HR 7 straight years.
    13. 30 times 6 from 1988-1993, 12th player at that time to do so.
    14. Times on base 3834, 45th all-time.
    15. 1994 All-Star game MVP.
    16. Lead each league in HR – McGriff, Robinson, and McGwire.

    No
    1. Not at 500 HR.
    2. Black ink 9, AVG HOF 27
    3. Gray ink, 105, AVG HOF 144
    4. HOF Standards 47.9, AVG HOF 50.
    5. HOF Monitor 100.
    6. Career High 111 Runs.
    7. Career High 37 HR.
    8. Career High 107 RBI.
    9. Career High 37 2Bs.
    10. Five time all-star.
    11. 2000 All-star only because of each team represented?
    12. Highest is 4th in MVP voting.
    13. Fan attitude.
    14. Average fielding percentage.
    15. Number one in games caught at one time didn’t get Bob Boone in.
    16. How many better First Basemen for that time? McGwire, Palmeiro, Bagwell, Thomas, others?

    Are there any other reasons as to why or why not?

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