1986

Four long time guys drop from lack of support: Del Crandall, Jim Gilliam, Camilo Pascual and Boog Powell.

8 Luis Aparicio 6th
1 Jack Billingham
1 Paul Blair
1 Pedro Borbon
1 Bernie Carbo
1 Jose Cardenal
2 Rico Carty
1 Dave Cash
7 Norm Cash
7 Orlando Cepeda 5th
13 Rocky Colavito
4 Mike Cuellar
12 Jim Davenport
2 Willie Davis 10th
2 Dock Ellis
10 Curt Flood
5 Bill Freehan 7th
3 Jim Fregosi
1 Ralph Garr
1 Ken Henderson
1 John Hiller
1 Willie Horton
13 Elston Howard
8 Frank Howard
2 Jim Hunter 8th
13 Larry Jackson
1 Darold Knowles
15 Harvey Kuenn
2 Mickey Lolich
13 Roger Maris 3rd
9 Bill Mazeroski
1 Tim McCarver
1 Willie McCovey
5 Sam McDowell
5 Dave McNally
2 Andy Messersmith
2 Thurman Munson 10th
1 Fred Norman
5 Tony Oliva 9th
1 Marty Pattin
6 Vada Pinson 10th
1 J.R. Richard
1 Jim Rooker
1 Manny Sanguillen
2 George Scott
1 Ted Sizemore
2 Roy White
9 Maury Wills
3 Wilbur Wood
4 Jim Wynn 4th

Bob’s ballot:

1. McCovey
2. Maris
3. Hunter
4. Aparicio
5. Cepeda
6. Pinson
7. Davis
8. Freehan
9. Mazeroski
10. Flood

Terry’s ballot:

1: Willie McCovey- I know a few people who lived in San Francisco as kids, and while they all respected Mays, Willie Mac was their favorite.
2: Roger Maris
3: Thurman Munson
4: Luis Aparicio
5: Catfish Hunter
6: Orlando Cepeda
7: Tony Oliva
8: Jim Wynn
9: Elston Howard
10: Bill Freehan

HM
Willie Horton- Wimpy with a thunder stick. How many homers did he hit on Tuesdays?
Tim McCarver- Underrated defensive stalwart, almost as good in the booth as he thought he was
J.R. Richard- Could be ranked with the best, depending on how liberal you are with your definition of peak
Bernie Carbo- If peak meant one atbat
John Hiller- Thanks for making me paranoid about chest pains when I was eight years old

Results:

Somehow it seems appropriate that these two should go in together.

14 ballots; the results:

193 Willie McCovey
81 Orlando Cepeda
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67 Bill Freehan
66 Roger Maris
64 Jim Wynn
59 Luis Aparicio
51 Jim Hunter
43 Willie Davis
39 Thurman Munson
38 Vada Pinson
37 Tony Oliva
30 Norm Cash
14 Wilbur Wood
13 Mickey Lolich
13 Bill Mazeroski
8 Curt Fllod
8 Elston Howard
5 Rocky Colavito
5 Harvey Kuenn
4 Jim Fregosi
4 Roy White
4 Maury Wills
3 Sam McDowell
2 Paul Blair
2 Mike Cuellar
1 Larry Jackson

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