Was Willie Mays better than Ty Cobb? Is Babe Ruth the best player all-time? For devoted baseball fans, the Baseball Hall of Fame is a sacred institution, as well as the subject of much debate. Who will and who won't get in? Who should be there, and who shouldn't? Every player who has been inducted into the Hall of Fame has been a lightning rod for fan debate.
The Hall of Fame Index offers a revolutionary compendium of statistics that rates a player's fitness for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Of course, baseball beat-writers will continue to vote for their guys and the Veterans' Committee will vote for their guys, but The Hall of Fame Index offers them critical information to consider when determining who should be considered for induction. Along the way, you will learn a great deal about the complex world of baseball statistics. Whether you agree or disagree, it is guaranteed to be a lot of fun.
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