In a sport in which you can fail 70 percent of the time and still be considered an all-time great, the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame still remains one of the most difficult clubs to join. To date, only 300 players have ever made it to Cooperstown, which is staggering considering Major League Baseball dates back to the late 1800s.
A player making the Hall of Fame may be tougher than ever now, especially when taking into consideration the use of performance enhancing drugs. Last season not a single player was elected into the Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers Association of America for the first time since 1996. Players like Barry Bonds, Mark McGwire, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa were all denied entry despite their impressive career numbers.
Given that thought, are there any current players in baseball who could earn the 75 percent vote in order to make it to Cooperstown? Here is a list of 30 players representing all 30 teams who could one day earn the call to the hall.
Editor's Note: Stats all made courtesy of baseballreference.com