Originally Posted by George Anderson
Mcgriffs career numbers are not HOF worthy when you consider the era he played in. Had he put those numbers up in the 70's or 80's he likely would already be in or very close.
So, let me get that logic straight. McGriff cannot get in because his stats fail versus his peers, and his peers can't get in because of PEDS. So, McGriff can't get in because his paltry career numbers, better than Perez and Stargell, were diminished because of steroid cheats. Oh that makes good sense.
So, then logically, the doors to Cooperstown are open to Bonds and Clemens, who were never proven to fail a test.... as well as McGwire, Palmerio, and eventually ARod as well. Well, that does make sense.
You have GOT TO BE KIDDING ME.