Would you call 245 wins, a 3.86 ERA and a 1.352 WHIP a Hall of Fame resume?
How about an MLB-record 19 postseason wins, 42 starts and 263 innings, including one ALCS MVP award, three All-Star Games and five World Series titles?
Maybe it still isn't enough, but Andy Pettitte's October performances at least put him in the conversation.
Legacies can be made or lost after the 162-game season ends.
Alex Rodriguez may end his career with 700 home runs, 2,500 RBI and 350 stolen bases, yet Yankee fans will always go back to his repeated postseason failures when remembering the $250 million man.
Who should fans have their eyes on, and who has the most on the line in the next two weeks?
Read on to find out.