Monday, May 6, 2013

HOF Vote Season 26

Here are the players I voted for and a brief description as to why I voted for them:
Marty Schrenk
Age: 39B/T: R/R
Born: Whippany, NJ
Position(s): LF/RF
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Marty Schrenk:
10 Time All Star, 4 Time MVP, 6 Time Silver Slugger RF/LF/DH, 3 Time Gold Glove LF/RF, .294/.368/.594, 740 HR. I think it's criminal that he's not already been elected, He's got all the hardware and all the stats to back it up

Joseph Tanaka
Age: 38B/T: R/R
Born: Seoul, KR
Position(s): CF
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Joseph Tanaka:
11 Time All Star, 11 Time Gold Glove CF, 1 Time Silver Slugger CF (and would have had many more if not for Mendoza) .272/.382/.510, 561 HR, 353 SB, 324 Plus plays (CF). In my opinion, the most complete player I've ever seen in HBD. Is hands down the best defensive player Banks World has ever seen, has over 100 more Plus Plays than the next closest player in world history and did it at one of the two most important defensive positions. Has over 500 HRs and 350 SBs.

Rafael Mendoza
Age: 37B/T: L/L
Born: Villa Mella, DO
Position(s): CF
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Rafael Mendoza:
12 Time All Star, 12 Time Silver Slugger CF, .302/.409/.529, 384 HR, 500 2B, 608 SB. Best Offensive CF in world history, could competently handle CF defensively. 4th all time in career Stolen Bases and has more HRs than the rest of the top 5 combined.

Jerry Womack
Age: 37B/T: R/R
Born: Pascagoula, MS
Position(s): RF
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Jerry Womack:
6 Time All Star, 2 Time MVP, 3 Time Silver Slugger RF, .290/.349/.605, 612 HR, 91 Assists (RF). One of the best power hitters in Banks World history, the career leader in RF Assists, Multiple MVP winner, 612 HRs.

Al Neill
Age: 37B/T: R/R
Born: Shallowater, TX
Position(s): 3B/2B
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Al Neill:
7 Time All Star, NL Rookie of the Year, Gold Glove 2B, 4 Time Silver Slugger 2B/3B, .292/.362/.552, 433 HR, 398 2B, 489 SB, 106 Plus Plays 3B/2B. Complete player, did everything exceptionally well. While he may not have the eye popping HR totals of some of the other candidates, he's arguably as valuable as the other 4 listed here. I'm willing to admit personal bias on this selection, but I would feel him deserving regardless.

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