Larry Biittner (66)- I still have trouble spelling his name.
Leo Durocher- A Red, although nobody remembers him as one. He's mostly just remembered as a creep. I always thought it was interesting how long it took him to get into the Hall of Fame, despite his obvious qualifications, just because nobody liked him. His luck improved when some people who hadn't personally experienced him got on the Veteran's Committee.
Max Scherzer (27)- Not too late to make a big step forward, but he's looking pretty league-average right now.
A-Rod (36)- At age 20 he went .358/.414/.631 while playing shortstop. What would you have given up for him at that point?
Floyd Rayford (54)- AKA "Honey Bear"
Len Barker (56)
Ray Boone- Patriarch of the baseball-playing Boones
Joe Tinker- We just had Johnny Evers the other day, so I guess it's natural that Tinker should be close behind.