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Is Jorge Posada A Hall Of Famer?
Jorge Posada played 17 seasons for the New York Yankees and compiled a .273 batting average, 275 home runs, 1,065 RBI and 1,664 hits.  His best qualities, however, were handling just about every style of pitcher and many egos on the staff...
Is Andy Pettitte a Hall of Famer [POLL]
Andy Pettitte is one of the great Yankee pitchers of all-time.  He has the postseason numbers and the wins, but his ERA is high.  Plus, he will always be connected to steroids, HGH and Roger Clemens.  Is he a Hall of Famer?  Vote here:
Todd Helton Is A Hall of Famer
With the Yankees recently having played in Colorado, one of the great baseball players of the last two decades (save 2008, 2010 and 2012, but everyone has bad or injured years over the course of a career) wasn't talked about much again.  He has been underrated through the years.  Why?…
Ichiro Is First Ballot Material
Over 2,600 hits.  A .322 lifetime batting average.  More than 3,400 total bases.  450+ steals.  1,200+ runs scored.  Over 600 RBI and over 100 home runs for a non-power player.  Ichiro Suzuki is not a Hall of Famer.  He is a first ballot Hall of Famer.
No Players Voted Into Baseball Hall Of Fame
After weeks of debate and enhanced drama, "judgment day" was finally upon us - would anyone be voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2013? The answer was finally provided by Jeff Idelson, president of the Hall of Fame, and the answer was no.
Should Bonds, Clemens And Sosa Be Hall Of Famers?
Earlier today, the National Baseball Hall of Fame announced the 37-man ballot for the 2013 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Among the 24 first-year eligible players are notable "suspected steroid users" Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa...
Barry Bonds – Hall of Famer?
Former MLB outfielder Barry Bonds is the sport's all-time "Home Run King," but his name and statistics have obviously been tarnished with his connections to performance-enhancing drugs. Bonds believes he is a definite Hall of Famer, but what do you think...
George Steinbrenner Belongs In The Hall of Fame
Love him or hate him, George Steinbrenner was a baseball icon.  Therefore, I firmly believe the late New York Yankees owner belongs in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
To me, this is a slam dunk decision.

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