Frank Thomas is one of the 25 best hitters of all time.
From 1991-97, he was on target to become maybe one of the 10 best ever. Over that span, his worst overall line was .308/.426/.536, while smacking at least 24 homers and driving in no fewer than 101 runs. Six of those seven seasons, he posted an OPS over 1.000
Thomas won back-to-back MVPs in 1993 and '94 for the White Sox and finished in the top eight of the voting the two years prior and three seasons after.
The second half of his career wasn't as historic, but it's not like he disappeared. Thomas finished second in the MVP vote in 2000 and fourth in '06.
Overall, Thomas ranks 18th with 521 homers, 22nd with 1,704 RBIs, 10th with 1,667 walks, 21st with a .419 OBP and 23rd with a .555 slugging percentage.
It makes sense that Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine would be inducted in the same class because they were both part of the Braves' stacked rotation from 1993-2002.
Maddux won a ridiculous four consecutive Cy Young Awards from 1992-95 and followed that up with four top fives over the next five years. He ranks eighth with 355 wins and 10th with 3,371 strikeouts.
Glavine is 21st with 305 victories and 24th with 2,607 K's. He won the Cy Young in 1991 and '98, and added four more top-three finishes.