Most Suspicious One Year Position Player Wonders in MLB History

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Most Suspicious One Year Position Player Wonders in MLB History
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When it comes to determining whether a player is worthy of a Hall of Fame induction, most, if not all eligible voters take a player's career statistics into consideration. They usually look to see if they reached certain offensive or pitching benchmarks and whether they have been consistent over their entire careers.

One thing that will not help a player get into the Baseball Hall of Fame is if that player is considered a one-year wonder. In other words, some players have had one great season that has defined their careers forever, but the rest of their seasons have not been as good.

Furthermore, due to all the controversy regarding performance enhancing drugs, some of these one-year wonder seasons that have occurred during the "Steroid Era" in the middle and late 1990s could lead people to suspect that those who had great seasons during those years may have potentially taken performance enhancing drugs to help them hit or pitch better.

Here are ten position players that should be considered suspicious one-year wonders.

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