While Bernie is an outstanding player... He is not a Hall-of-Fame player. He is like many players that haven't gotten in. This are the players that
are over shadowed by the other players on their team. When I look back through the years... I wonder... What did Bernie really do to affect the game
and his team? The answers don't come right away, but require a lot of thought. A Hall-of-Fame player should be one that you know right away a famous
play, a famous hit, or just how he changed the game.
I don't think that Bernie Williams belongs in the hall of fame. He has had a very nice career, one that any player would be extreemly proud of, but
he is just not past the line of what a Hall of Fame player should be. 2,200 hits is good, but it is just not hall of fame. I do think however that
he will easily make it into monument park.
Yea, there are seriously too many people in the hall of fame. Lots of them do not belong to be there, but that's by our standards. When those
players where inducted, they were the top of their positions, so there were fairly inducted when they were. I still agree however that they should've
been less people inducted then, and a much stricter policy on who should be inducted.
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