In the early years of Larry Walker’s inclusion on the Baseball Hall of Fame ballot, a writer who once covered Walker wrote about how much he enjoyed watching Walker’s skills in action, but that he wasn’t a Hall of Famer because he wasn’t serious enough about the game. A few years later, when the writer wanted to talk to Walker, he apologized for what he had written, but the damage had been done.
Walker is on the Hall of Fame ballot for the eighth time this year, having never received more than 22.9 percent support from voters despite a career that is one of the most impressive in the history of the game.
The stats tell the Walker story.
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