Re: Hall of Fame worthy? ....
He was a bad pitcher his first 6 years, a #4 starter at best. He switches to the NL and poof, he's superman.
I'm sorry, but has a pitcher ever had that much exposure in one league, been completely mediocre and then followed it up in another league where he is mystically transformed into a superhuman pitcher?
"don't end up with a grandson with a dog collar."