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    I'm a huge baseball fan and in light of this year's upcoming hall of fame vote, I just thought it'd be interesting to debate who, out of the active players in the league, everyone thinks will eventually be inducted into Cooperstown. So I was thinking we'd have someone post a name of a current player and then the next poster decides "in" or "out" and then follows it up with of name of their own.

    Ok I'll start it off: Curt Schilling

    IP: 3110 Wins: 207 Losses: 138 SO: 3015 ERA: 3.44

  • #2
    I love Schilling, he's my favorite player in the the league right now, and I think he is in. I think he bumped himself in with the bloody sock.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by cardsalltheway
      I love Schilling, he's my favorite player in the the league right now, and I think he is in. I think he bumped himself in with the bloody sock.
      Yeah, that memorable performance will make it hard to keep him out.
      SKOL VIKINGS!


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      • #4
        How about Mike Mussina. Look at his numbers. I think he is in if he can play close to what he did last year these next two years. A World Series might lock it.

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        • #5
          What about good 'ol Chipper Jones?

          357 HRs, 1197 RBIs, 1944 Hits, and a .304 career BA.
          SKOL VIKINGS!


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          • #6
            Ok then so far Schilling "In" (I don't know I'm torn on him but moving on)

            Next

            Mussina "in" or "out" then post a new player after you decide

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            • #7
              Chipper out right now with a few more seasons in....Jeff Bagwell??

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              • #8
                Originally posted by BleedEaglesGreen218
                Ok then so far Schilling "In" (I don't know I'm torn on him but moving on)

                Next

                Mussina "in" or "out" then post a new player after you decide
                Well Schilling is in with IP: 3110 Wins: 207 Losses: 138 SO: 3015 ERA: 3.44.

                Mussina is IP: 3210.1 Wins: 239 Losses: 134 SO: 2572 ERA: 3.63 and Whip: 1.18. Did it all in the AL too. I think he needs a WS win and he is in.

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                • #9
                  I dont think Mussina ever got a 20 win season.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Jughead10
                    Originally posted by BleedEaglesGreen218
                    Ok then so far Schilling "In" (I don't know I'm torn on him but moving on)

                    Next

                    Mussina "in" or "out" then post a new player after you decide
                    Well Schilling is in with IP: 3110 Wins: 207 Losses: 138 SO: 3015 ERA: 3.44.

                    Mussina is IP: 3210.1 Wins: 239 Losses: 134 SO: 2572 ERA: 3.63 and Whip: 1.18. Did it all in the AL too. I think he needs a WS win and he is in.
                    Truthfully, I don't think either of them have the numbers or awards for that matter, no Cy Youngs between them, but Schilling does have 2001 World Series MVP and 1993 NLCS MVP. Its a push with Schilling but I"m not too confident about Mussina.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by BleedEaglesGreen218
                      Originally posted by Jughead10
                      Originally posted by BleedEaglesGreen218
                      Ok then so far Schilling "In" (I don't know I'm torn on him but moving on)

                      Next

                      Mussina "in" or "out" then post a new player after you decide
                      Well Schilling is in with IP: 3110 Wins: 207 Losses: 138 SO: 3015 ERA: 3.44.

                      Mussina is IP: 3210.1 Wins: 239 Losses: 134 SO: 2572 ERA: 3.63 and Whip: 1.18. Did it all in the AL too. I think he needs a WS win and he is in.
                      Truthfully, I don't think either of them have the numbers or awards for that matter, no Cy Youngs between them, but Schilling does have 2001 World Series MVP and 1993 NLCS MVP. Its a push with Schilling but I"m not too confident about Mussina.
                      I can understand that and the 20 win argument. Although Mike has gotten 19 a few times and 18 a few times as well. Its just rare you see pitcher spend his whole career in the AL and put up numbers like he has for so long. As far as the hardware, you are right he doesn't have any except for gold gloves. Thats why I think he needs the WS to get in.

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                      • #12
                        Bagwell "in", 4 time all-star, NL MVP 1994, ROY 1991, 1994 Gold Glove
                        BA: .297 HR: 449 RBI: 1529

                        Frank Thomas (DH)

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by BleedEaglesGreen218
                          Bagwell "in", 4 time all-star, NL MVP 1994, ROY 1991, 1994 Gold Glove
                          BA: .297 HR: 449 RBI: 1529

                          Frank Thomas (DH)
                          The Big Hurt is in.

                          Craig Biggio.

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                          Chicago Bears: NFC Champions

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Jughead10
                            How about Mike Mussina. Look at his numbers. I think he is in if he can play close to what he did last year these next two years. A World Series might lock it.
                            im a red sox fan and even i think mussina deserves to go in.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by alca1992
                              Originally posted by Jughead10
                              How about Mike Mussina. Look at his numbers. I think he is in if he can play close to what he did last year these next two years. A World Series might lock it.
                              im a red sox fan and even i think mussina deserves to go in.
                              The Hall of Fame doors are becoming "too wide". Not everyone that had a good career should get in. The HOF should be for the elite.

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                              Chicago Bears: NFC Champions

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