Ballot 4: Jeff Bagwell
Played 15 years for one team
Four-time All-Star, MVP, hit 449 homers, Top 50 in runs created, slugging percentage and WAR. 79.6 WAR, 51.8 WAA
Pro argument: You could argue persuasively that he’s baseball’s best first baseman between Gehrig and Pujols.
Con argument: PED whispers and a shortish career have kept him out so far.
Deserves to be in Ha…
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