• Besides Shoeless Joe Jackson and Pete Rose, who Have not been admitted for disciplinary reasons, Here is a start, Edgar Martinez Tony Olivia. (.304) Tony Gwynn (.338) And take a look at this link below, This guy has a career ba of .292, but boy could he play.
  • Tony Gwynn is now in the Hall of Fame. Good ole Donnie Baseball Don Mattingly hit .307 and is not in the Hall of Fame. Here are some more .300+ hitters who aren't in the Hall: Lefty O'Doul-the man hit .349 in his career! Dave Orr-hit .342 but only played 8 seasons, so he isn't eligible for the Hall. Pete Browning-.341 average. Jake Stenzel-.339, only played 9 years so he isn't eligible either. Riggs Stephenson-.336. Mike Donlin-.333. Bill Lange-.330, but only played 7 years. Tip O'Niell-.326. Only player in history to hit for the Triple Crown but not get to the Hall of Fame. Bob Fothergill-.325. Babe Herman-.324. Ken Williams-.319. Bill Everitt-.317 but only played seven years. Joe Harris-.317. Lew Fonseca-.316. George Van Haltren-.316. Bibb Falk-.314. Cecil Travis-.314. Jack Fournier-.313. Ed Morgan-.313, only seven years though. Larry Walker-.313, hasn't been retired long enough to be eligible. Dale Mitchell-.312. Deacon White-.312. Barney McCosky-.312. Johnny Hodapp-.311, only 9 seasons. Bing Miller-.311. Baby Doll Jacobson-.311. Taffy Wright, .311, 9 seasons. Rip Radcliff, .311. Bug Holliday, .311. Ginger Beaumont, .311. Jimmy Ryan, .306. I'm sure there are more out there.
  • Edgar Martinez (Seattle Mariners) .312 lifetime 18 seasons, all committed to only one team. The character of a true Hall of Famer!

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