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In terms of name recognition, the Baseball Hall of Fame might have released its strongest veterans ballot in years on Monday.It’s nice for MLB fans, some of whom took to social media after the ballot’s release, tweeting about candidates like Marvin Miller, Luis Tiant and Dale Murphy as if it was 1980 again.That also means just five voters can thwart him from getting in this year.All it takes is one or two committee members making a stand that Morris didn’t win all those games by himself and a few other members using their limited votes on other candidates.
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Through 1987, Murphy was one of the best players in baseball and compares favorably to several other Hall of Fame outfielders.
Why he might not: Murphy fell off badly beginning in 1988 and a number of players since then have dwarfed his lifetime numbers.
Some voters might also want to hold Trammell so he can be considered with Lou Whitaker in two years.
WOMACK: There might be 50 future Hall of Famers in baseball right now Previous finishes on ballot: Miller has been a candidate on the veterans’ ballot at least seven other times dating to 2001 election.
He could be the next Joe Torre, who was arguably worthy of Cooperstown on playing merits alone but wasn’t enshrined until his managerial career ended.