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colbert17

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Saw this question and haven't verified it but thought it was a good one and not too hard.

Only three eligible players in history of baseball have won Rookie of the Year, MVP and have been named to at least 7 All Star teams but are not in the Hall of Fame. Who are they?

I stressed the word eligible as that rules out Rose, any active player or any recently retired player, like Ichiro.
 
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hoquat63

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My first thought was Al Rosen, but looked him up and he was not rookie of year and only had 4 All Star appearances
 

WhiteBus

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Saw this question and haven't verified it but thought it was a good one and not too hard.

Only three eligible players in history of baseball have won Rookie of the Year, MVP and have been named to at least 7 All Star teams but are not in the Hall of Fame. Who are they?

I stressed the word eligible as that rules out Rose, any active player or any recently retired player, like Ichiro.
Thurman Munson Fred Lynn
 

BobbyVFan

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Saw this question and haven't verified it but thought it was a good one and not too hard.

Only three eligible players in history of baseball have won Rookie of the Year, MVP and have been named to at least 7 All Star teams but are not in the Hall of Fame. Who are they?

I stressed the word eligible as that rules out Rose, any active player or any recently retired player, like Ichiro.
Mark McGuire and Don Mattingly?
 

colbert17

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Third player's career spanned late 60s and into the 70s. As I said before his HOF credentials were much discussed on this board in the past 6 months.
 

WhiteBus

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Damn I should have known this one right away. I live less than a mile from the stadium that just retired his number. Richie Allen.
 
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cubuffsdoug

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Mark Grace had the most hits during the 90s. If you watched the debacle last night you would have heard the Mets' announcers mention it.