Projecting Whether These Baltimore O's Players Can Make the Hall of Fame

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Projecting Whether These Baltimore O's Players Can Make the Hall of Fame
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A favorite debate among baseball fans is discussing whether or not they're witnessing history by watching active big-time players punch their tickets to the baseball Hall of Fame.

During these debates, fans will bring up all kinds of statistical numbers and point out situational brilliance (or failure) in order to prove their point. And when a player gets into the Hall of Fame conversation, there's always an argument both ways, as evidenced by no player ever receiving 100% of the vote to enter the Hall.

The Baltimore Orioles are a team that is historically known for developing quality talent, and they currently have five players in the Hall of Fame. Frank Robinson, Brooks Robinson, Jim Palmer, Eddie Murray and Cal Ripken, Jr. are all O's players who have received the honor, along with manager Earl Weaver.

Though many current O's are only a few years into their careers, some are beginning to make arguments for the highest individual honor in the game of baseball, while others may have an outside shot as well.

Let's take a look at some Birds players who may be making a case for an eventual Hall of Fame induction.

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