Last month, the 2012 MLB Hall of Fame Ballot was announced, and to be honest, it lacked any big-time newcomers. Former Yankees center fielder Bernie Williams is on the ballot, but apart from him (and even including him), it doesn't seem likely that there will be a first-ballot induction this year.
Next year's ballot will probably be the most interesting, highly anticipated HOF class of all time, with first-timers Sammy Sosa, Craig Biggio, Curt Schilling, Mike Piazza, Roger Clemens, and the home run king himself, Barry Bonds.
But until then, now seems as good a time as any to talk about those players who aren't in ... and probably should be.
Now, by no means am I claiming that these 10 players are the only guys who deserve(d) enshrinement, and they may not even be the top 10 guys that have been snubbed. They're just 10 guys that aren't in the Hall that I believe should be.
So, if you have any other snubs on your minds, then please, I encourage you to comment below and give your opinion.
But before you do....