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What team will future Hall of Famers go in with


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For example baseball. What team will Roger Clemens go in with; Boston, New York, even Toronto! Randy Johnson; Arizona, Seattle. I'm not sure of many basketball players and I'm not a huge football or hockey fan but I bet there are many you can name. OKAY NO MORE ROGER CLEMENS!

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I think Randy Johnson has to go in as a Diamondback.

He spent similar time with both Arizona and Seattle, but he won a World Series in the desert and is the most recognizable player to ever play for that team, I think. He meant way more to them than Schilling, and the only other guys who really seem close to representing that team like Johnson are Luis Gonzalez and Mat Williams.

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Randy Johnson will go in as a Diamondback. He won 4 straight Cy Young Awards, most dominant pitcher during that time frame, a Workd Series MVP and Champion and a Perfect game. He may done well in Seattle and won a Cy Young, but he was pure domination in Arizona.

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If Craig Biggo or Jeff Bagwell (not as likely) get into the Hall of Fame, I wonder which Astros cap logo will be on their plaques. I hoping for the classic H-star logo, but it will probably be the 90's star logo.

Or will it even be the current star cap logo they have.

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If Craig Biggo or Jeff Bagwell (not as likely) get into the Hall of Fame, I wonder which Astros cap logo will be on their plaques. I hoping for the classic H-star logo, but it will probably be the 90's star logo.

Or will it even be the current star cap logo they have.

You're probably right about that.

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Mike Mussina (if he goes in) Yankees or Oroles. More years with Orioles, better years... but he really has no relationship with that organization. Though that likely doesn't matter.

Alex Rodriguez (if he gets in considering the admitted steroid use) Yankees, Rangers, Mariners. I say Yankees. 2 MVP's and a World Series companionship. Plus once all is said and done he will have spent more years in NY than Seattle and Texas combined.

Mike Piazza, Mets or Dodgers? I say Mets. Though it could easily go either way. Appears Piazza considers himself a Met more than a Dodger.

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Why not. And at least we know you can read because you're on topic this time. And if you don't like my topics, why the heck do you comment on them? So you can criticize me like a 7 year old?

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When (or if, I guess) Vlad Guerrero goes in, I really think it'll be as an Expo, but I'd love it if he was the first to go in as an Angel.

I agree with you. He technically played two more seasons in Montreal, but he barely played in his first season, and he only played half of the second season. If you subtract those two first seasons where he didn't do much, that would be 6 seasons, which would be the exact same amount of time he played for the Angels. He also never made the postseason as an Expo, and he won an MVP as an Angel. I'd say besides a few good 40+ home run seasons, he had most of his important moments as an Angel.

Hopefully he goes in as an Angel.

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Derek Jeter - Yankee - you're welcome

In all seriousness, does Griffey Jr. go in as a Mariner or a Red ? Personally I think Mariners, but you never know since he's from Ohio if that matters at all.

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Derek Jeter - Yankee - you're welcome

In all seriousness, does Griffey Jr. go in as a Mariner or a Red ? Personally I think Mariners, but you never know since he's from Ohio if that matters at all.

The answer is obvious and shouldn't even be up for discussion.

Do hockey, football, and basketball players actually go in as a (team)? I know it's about the cap in baseball, but do they do that in other sports?

I know they don't for football, but if they did, Curtis Martin is a NY Jet, not a NE Patriot.

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Mike Piazza, Mets or Dodgers? I say Mets. Though it could easily go either way. Appears Piazza considers himself a Met more than a Dodger.

Anyone who thinks he was a Dodger more than a Met, is way wrong. One moment describes that all.

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