1. Gil Hodges - 370 homers and great overall offensive performance, key figure on a team winning 6 pennants and 2 World Series, Gold Gloves, managed the Mets to one of the greatest upsets in sports history in 1969. 2. Pete Rose - somewhat of a douchebag but a great player with all sorts of records. The gambling case against him is thin. 3. Thurman Munson - Gold Gloves, key player on a great team, solid hitter, too few catchers in the HOF. 4. Ken Boyer - MVP, Gold Gloves, had batting average and power, too few third baseman in HOF and Boyer is better than many of them. 5. Jack Morris - 250+ victories. Key contributor to several pennant drives. Pitched 10 inning shut out in one of the greatest World Series games. 6. Joe Jackson - apparently played without shoes - best hitter of his time after Cobb and Speaker - only marginally involved in Black Sox Scandal and he has paid his dues.