If there’s one thing that we baseball fans can agree on, it's that the process of determining who should and should not go into the Hall of Fame should be much more than a mere formula. Nobody I know wants baseball to go to an LPGA format, where a certain number of homers or RBIs or wins or WAR or anything else will automatically get someone into the Hall of Fame. The process must involve more than just stats, more than just data; we must also consider heart and soul, the power of memories created, the goosebumps, the depth of character displayed and the impact that a player had on the game of baseball.
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