The National Baseball Hall of Fame is catching some flak for the addition of former White Sox and Orioles player Harold Baines, who was voted into Cooperstown this week by the Today's Game Era committee.
Having played 22 seasons, Baines is a perfect example of what the designated hitter can do for a player without a fielding position. But are his stats Hall of Fame-worthy?
Edgar Martinez may illustrate why they are not.
The longtime Seattle Mariner is in his final year of eligibility to be voted in by the baseball writers. Martinez, who was named...