Would you consider these players HOF candidates 3?

Jim Edmonds

Larry Walker

Luis Gonzalez

Shawn Green

Trevor Hoffman

John Smoltz

Richie Sexson

Bartolo Colon

18 Answers

  • Mr.B
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Jim Edmonds - No

    Larry Walker - Maybe, but Coors Field was a big factor in his production

    Luis Gonzalez - No, a juicer who only piled up numbers because of the juice

    Shawn Green - No

    Trevor Hoffman - Yes

    John Smoltz - Yes

    Richie Sexson - No, not even close

    Bartolo Colon - No, also not close

  • 1 decade ago

    Jim Edmonds Y

    Larry Walker MAYBE

    Luis Gonzalez MAYBE

    Shawn Green N

    Trevor Hoffman Y

    John Smoltz Y

    Richie Sexson Again with Richie Sexon - It never ends with this guy. He's all over the Yahoo! A

    Bartolo Colon 50/50

    Source(s): on top of my head
  • RAY B
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    1. Edmonds. nope

    2. Walker- sill stick on ballot for a few years, may get in down the line through Vets

    3. Gonzalez- nope. Maybe Vets.

    4. Green- zero. wont even get enough votes to stay on ballot

    5. Hoffman- decent chance. With not many starters showing Hall numbers, and relievers a bit part of the modern (1980-2010) game then he has a chance.

    6. Smoltz..Id say yes..similar to Eck. Maybe not first try though.

    7. Sexson. zero. same as Green. Wont get enough votes to stay on ballot.

    8. Colon. . zero same as Green and Sexson. Out of the list you gave he will get the least votes. Good chance he gets 1 or 2 votes. Dave Stieb was 10 times the pitcher as Colon and he got very few votes.

  • 1 decade ago

    Trevor Hoffman

    John Smoltz

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    i would consider gonzo, trevor hoffman, and john smoltz. there was actually a time when i thought richie sexon would be a future hof candidate in his Brewers days, but the rest of his career didn't pan out as he fell off as a diamondback.

  • 1 decade ago

    Only John Smoltz. The rest no way. And don't say Trevor Hoffman, the Hall doesn't value closers that much.

  • 1 decade ago

    the only ones that are a sure-in would be Hoffman and Smoltz

    the ones that might get in over the years would be edmonds, walker and gonzalez

    green, sexson and colon won't get in.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I would consider all of these players, with the exception of Jim Edmonds, HOF candidates. They all had very good careers and should be voted in.

  • 1 decade ago

    Schmoltz and Hoffman yes. Sexson has a very outside chance. The rest no way

  • 1 decade ago

    Smoltz definitely.

    edmonds, walker, lu-go, sexson, colon, green absolutely not.

    hoffman possibly

    Source(s): sports fan
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