Hell yes...assuming that he plays like this 10 years from now still.
No..nothing stat wise jumps out. He's a good player, but not a hall of fame worthy player.
Heads of state that ride and wrangle. That look at your face from more than one angle. Can cut you from their bloated budgets. Like sharpened knives through Chicken McNuggets.
A more accurate comparison may be between Votto and Holliday. Both entered the league when they were 24 and have very similar and excellent offensive numbers. Do people believe right now that Matt Holliday is on or very close to being on a path the HOF?
Yes if he can keep it up for close to that long,
Well then i will rest my case, though i don't believe Holliday is of HOF caliber. Perhaps Pujols numbed STL fans as what it means to be great.
Yes. One of the best all around hitters in the game. Plus he has a great glove at 1st.
Long way to go, a lot can happen and most is bad, that is just baseball and life...
Most players prime seasons are maybe 8-10 years. If Vottot puts up 5 more great years he will have a great career.
I voted yes on the poll, because IF Joey keeps up the same level of production for the next 10 years, then I do think he's a shoo-in for the Hall of Fame.
However, in reality, I don't think there's any way he keeps up this level of production for another 10 years. I think in 10 year, Joey will be a Todd Helton-type player, where he can hit for average and get on base a lot, but his power won't be anywhere near where it is not.
If Todd Helton a shoo-in Hall of Famer? Probably not, but he'll get consideration. I love Joey, but I'd say chances are against him being a Hall of Famer at this point.