Baseball Hall of Fame: Which Golden Era Players Should Be Inducted?

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Baseball Hall of Fame: Which Golden Era Players Should Be Inducted?
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Earlier today, 10 baseball figures were selected to be on the Golden Era ballot for possible induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame. These players were selected by 11 veteran baseball writers and historians, and in terms of picking those that are the best not in the Hall, they did a solid job.

The 10 (eight players and two executives) are: Buzzie Bavasi, Ken Boyer, Charlie Finley, Gil Hodges, Jim Kaat, Minnie Minoso, Tony Oliva, Allie Reynolds, Ron Santo and Luis Tiant.

All of them can at least point to something that shows they should be in the Hall, and likewise, things can be pointed out that have kept them out. Here's a look at all 10 and which ones I think should get through.

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