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 Posted: Tue Aug 10th, 2010 09:40 pm
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PeteF3 wrote:
I also predict that if Jim Edmonds plays well down the stretch (and he's had a great season so far) and the Reds get into the postseason, that legitimate HOF discussion will come up regarding him.  And I'm not sure there'd be much of a case against him.

No way Jim Edmonds makes the HOF. He's 40 now and has to play next year to reach 2000 hits. Solid ballplayer but no way. Dale Murphy and Vada Pinson should be mentioned before Edmonds.

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