Originally Posted by Vottomatic
Ignore the name.
Career .321 batting average
Yes. He should be in the HOF.
I don't know why you think those stats ring the bell - especially at that position.
Dave Parker isn't in the hall, with similar (and better) stats. Fred McGriff. The list goes on. Helton was really good. But he isn't HOF. Tack on that he was helped by some factor by playing half of his career games in Coors, and it really isn't close.
PS: I must have missed the arguments for Larry Walker to the HOF...same basic career: