Jack Morris is up for Hall of Fame election for the 14th time this year. Alan Trammell is up for election for the 11th time. The simple fact that neither one of these greats are in the Hall of Fame yet is a travesty. As a matter of fact, the whole voting system is a travesty. Why does a player get 15 attempts to be considered a Hall of Famer? Either they are or they are not. So, in an effort to assist the voters, I have compared their stats with current Hall of Famers to show that both Morris and Trammell belong.
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