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George Kell had a good career, but wasn't much of a power threat.
George Kell is another solid, but not great, player who failed to be voted into the Hall of Fame by the writers, but was enshrined by the Veteran's Committee. Like Santo his numbers were good but not great, making him a borderline Hall of Famer.
Over his 15-year career Kell hit .306 with 78 homers and 870 RBI's. He never won a major award, though he did win a batting title and twice led the league in doubles.
He was a 10-time All-Star, due in part to his excellent defense.
He also never reached the postseason.
Kell had limited power and speed, and his best offensive attribute was his ability to hit for batting average. His batting average is the only place where he posts a better career number than Chipper, but there is little difference between .306 and .304.
The only place where Kell edges Chipper is with the glove, but Chipper's long history of being a middle-of-the-order run producer makes him a much better player than Kell.