Adrián "El Titán" González will lead the new players who can enter the Hall of Fame in 2024
The Mexican Adrián "El Titán" González is one of the players that leads the list of players who can enter the Cooperstown Hall of Fame in 2024. Only Scott Rolen exceeded 75% of the votes needed to be exalted.
Adrián González played 15 years in the Major Leagues with the Texas Rangers, San Diego Padres, Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers and the New York Mets. The Mexican had 2,050 hits, 317 home runs, 997 runs scored, 1,202 RBIs and a .287 batting average.
His best time was with the Los Angeles Dodgers where he spent six seasons in which he hit 101 home runs, 448 RBIs and 752 hits. The Mexican also won 4 Gold Gloves as a first baseman, 2 Silver Sluggers and participated in 5 All-Star Games.
Among another of the candidates who has a good chance of entering the Hall of Fame is the Dominican Adrian Beltre. who spent 21 years in the Majors and is part of the group of hitters with more than 3,000 hits and 400 home runs.
The Dominican won 4 Silver Bats, 5 Gold Gloves, 2 Platinum Gloves and participated in 4 All-Star Games.
Others that make up the list of new members are David Wright and José Reyes of the New York MetsJoe Mauer, one of the best catchers of the last 20 years and the Venezuelan Víctor Martínez, one of the best switch-hitters in the Majors.
Each player on this list has up to 10 years to be elected to the Hall of Fame, as long as he exceeds 5% of the votes. to stay on the ballot. In the last two years two players have exceeded 75% to be chosen: David Ortiz and Scott Rolen.
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