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William Nuschler Clark, Jr.: The Case for the Hall of Fame

Published by on May 11, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

Will Clark made his major league debut in 1986 against Nolan Ryan and the Houston Astros. In his first major league at bat against Nolan Ryan, he hit a home run.

What a way to start a career.

He has a career batting average of .303, slugging percentage of .497, 284 career home runs, two silver slugger awards, 2,176 career hits, 1,205 runs batted in, and was a six time all star.

In 1989, he barely lost the batting title to Tony Gwynn and came in second in the N.L MVP, losing to teammate Kevin Mitchell.

These stats seem respectable but maybe not really Hall of Fame numbers, right?

Wrong!

Will Clark is a legitimate Hall of Famer. His numbers are not inflated like Barry ...

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