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Alan Trammell - 25.3%
"The case for Trammell is similar to the case for Barry Larkin. One of the best at this position (especially defensively) for a long time. Six-time All-Star, four Gold Gloves, three Silver Sluggers, World Series ring, and the 1984 World Series MVP Award."
"I had a hard time finding a reason to choose players that were tied deep into the steroid era. I felt the players from the previous era, such as Lee Smith and Alan Trammell were sure locks because their numbers were almost guaranteed to be attained naturally."
"Anyone who thinks Barry Larkin, but not Trammell, deserves to be in, consider this: Larkin's career WAR was just one win higher than Trammell's."
"Alan Trammell should have been inducted years ago. It is time he gets his due."
Lee Smith - 27.5%
"I'm tired of ignorance when it comes to guys like Tim Raines and Lee Smith; they deserve to be in."
"Over the years, people seem to have forgotten how darn dominant Lee Smith was. In the late '80s/early '90s, he was as close to automatic in the 9th as anyone in history. He helped define the closer position. For that, he should be honored."
"Smith played in a time when relief pitching wasn't as glamorous. His numbers compare to Dennis Eckersley's closer years. By letting Eck in and keeping Smith out, we are saying that a closer must have a first-life as a mediocre starter before they can be considered as a Hall of Fame candidate."
"Lee Smith held the saves record for a long time and has a very low career ERA (3.03) for a reliever."
"If Bruce Sutter is in the Hall of Fame, Lee Smith must be as well. Period."
Fred McGriff - 29.7%
"The 'Crime Dog' was a feared slugger who played with leadership and style, without any whispers of steroid usage. He was a valuable cog on contending teams in Toronto and Atlanta."
"The 'Crime Dog' anchored the lineup of the best NL team of the '90s. He had a career .373 OBP, .383 in the playoffs. He didn't lay down, but kept raking for some horrific Tampa Bay Devil Rays teams of the late '90s."
"One of the most feared power hitters of his era, his stats are comparable to those of Hall of Famer Willie McCovey."