Colorado Rockies: Our hypothetical Hall of Fame Ballots (Part 2)
Vladimir Guerrero seemed like he could hit anything no matter where the pitch was. Guerrero ranks 40th on the all-time home run list with 449 where he’s tied with Hall of Famer Jeff Bagwell. Include that with a career slash line of .318/.379/.553 puts together one of the most impressive offensive careers in baseball. Over his 16-year career, he was a nine-time All-Star, eight-time Silver Slugger winner, and took home the 2004 AL MVP as part of the Anaheim Angels.
Other All-Time ranks career for Guerrero:
Hits: 2590 (86th)
Batting Average: .318 (55th) tied with Hall of Famer Arky Vaughan
OPS: .931 (32nd)
RBIs: 1,496 (57th)
Chipper Jones was the cornerstone of the Atlanta Braves for 19 years. Jones ranks amongst the best of third basemen in the history of baseball. Comparatively, Jones is only behind Mike Schmidt, Eddie Mathews, Adrian Beltre, Wade Boggs, and George Brett in WAR at the position. Everyone but Beltre is enshrined in Cooperstown. Chipper Jones was an eight-time All-Star, won multiple Silver Sluggers, the NL MVP in 1999, and was part of the 1995 World Series winners.
Jones all-time career ranks:
Hits: 2726 (60th)
Home Runs: 468 (33rd)
OPS: .930 (37th)
RBIs: 1623 (34th)