Originally Posted by Churla22
Sure, he COMPILED Hall of Fame career numbers. He had an EASY Hall of Fame 5 year stretch from '94 to '98 (prime), as well as a Hall of Fame 10 year stretch in the 90s; all while playing a premium defensive position. So long as he is not linked to steroids, he'll make it in pretty soon, and most deservedly so.
17 homers, 67 ribbies and .281-wow!
Piazza who was a catcher his entire career and destroyed physically was 36 homers, 113 ribbies and .308- NOW THAT IS HOF and not the Biggio crap of a good player for many years!