Fred McGriff: Out
McGriff has got to be one of the most screwed over players in baseball history. Had there not been a strike in 1994, McGriff would be well over 500 home runs and easily in Cooperstown. Instead, he was seven home runs shy of the 500 club and 10 hits shy of 2,500. He should be inducted in the future.
Alan Trammell: Out
Trammell is going to have to wait for the Veteran's committee, with his induction percentages going up and down. He's got four Gold Gloves and three Silver Sluggers. He should be inducted one day.
Don Mattingly: Out
Mattingly colleceted nine Gold Gloves, three Silver Sluggers, and an MVP award, but his career was relatively short. He received 16.1% last year and will likely never make it in.
Dale Murphy: Out
Murphy won five Gold Gloves, four Silver Sluggers, and two MVP awards. Those were all won in a concentrated period of time and Murphy's overall numbers aren't eye-popping.
John Olerud: Out
500 career doubles, .398 OBP, and three Gold Gloves. Other than than, Olerud doesn't have much on his Hall of Fame resume.
John Franco: Out
See: Lee Smith slide
Kevin Brown: Out
Brown did steroids. He is 63 wins over .500 in his career and his 3.28 ERA is respectable. But steroids will keep him out.
Harold Baines: Out
Very good player, not a Hall of Famer. He has the most RBI of any eligible player not in the Hall of Fame.