Monday, March 16, 2009

HOF Tracker: Grady Sizemore

Up next in my rundown of AL hitting candidates with an early track toward the Hall of Fame is Grady Sizemore. Anyone who has watched Sizemore play knows his ability and potential. After five seasons, Sizemore has been an All Star three times and last year was a 30-30 guy for the first time. At this point he profiles like a young Barry Bonds, without the supplements.

Sizemore's most widely collected rookie card is the 2000 Bowman Draft Pick:

1 comment:

  1. I'm thinking that Miguel Cabrera is slightly ahead of him in Hall of Fame voting only because the biggest numbers when it comes to Hall voting are hits and home runs and Cabrera has Sizemore beat on these.

    Ask anyone who they want right now and they'd say the guy that actually plays defense (Grady). Hall voting is sometimes suspect.