the 2 names that jump out are McGuire and Palmeiro, but I can't see human voters voting for them.
I don't really remember much specifics of these players, so right now I mostly just have numbers to look at. I also right now have no idea how their career numbers match up vs other current HOF players or how they rank all time.
Barry Larkin? .295/.371/.444/.815/ 2340 hits/http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/players/3901/career
doesn't look like someone who was great, but he did play SS, from a time when SS was not a big offensive position. I wouldn't call him elite, but in this HOF I would say good enough.
Jeff Bagwell - .297/.408/.540/.948/ 449 HR/ 1529 RBI/ 2314 hits/ http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/players/4626/career
he should be in.
Tim Raines? .294/.385/.425/.810/ 808 SB/ 2605 hits/ 1571 R/http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/players/1850/career
doesn't jump out as someone great, but he did have 808 SB with 1571 R while batting leadoff.
Edgar Martinez - .312/.418/.515/.933/ 2247 hits/.http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/players/4135/career
I don't think he should get valued down because he was a DH. he was still an elite hitter, and should be in the HOF.
Alan Trammell - .285/.352/.415/.767/ 2365 hits/. http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/players/1028/career
really good for a long period of time, but no.
Larry Walker. .313/.400/.565/.965/. http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/players/4181/career
some really impressive numbers, BUT he REALLY got to benefit from playing in Coors back when it was a great hitters park. should he be valued down because of that? 6 seasons with an OPS above 1.000, but all while with Colorado. or was he just fortunate and you still have to count his career numbers regardless of where he played?
Fred McGriff - .284/.377/.509/.886/ 493 HR/ 1550 RBI/. http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/players/3579/career
I feel biased towards McGriff because he used to be my favorite player. I feel like maybe he is borderline. not what I would call all time great, but in this HOF he should be good enough to get in.
Don Mattingly - .307/.358/.471/.830/ 2153 hits/. http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/players/3056/career
only 14 seasons. 1 MVP, 1 batting title. started with back troubles in 1990 and wasn't the same until he finished in 1995. career wise not what I would call elite.
Dale Murphy - .265/.346/.469/.815/ 2111 hits/.http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/players/1587/career
he did have back to back MVP awards in 1982 and 1983, but his career numbers don't look elite.
Juan Gonzalez - .295/.343/.561/.904/ 434 HR/ http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/players/4398/career
was he not someone who was connected to steroids/PED? if so can't see voters voting for him.
Bernie Williams - .297/.381/.477/.858/ 2336 hits/http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/players/4695/career
looks really good, but not great.
Jack Morris. - 254 W/ 3.90 ERA/ 1.30 WHIP.http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/players/2263/career
doesn't look like someone great.