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Note for future reference [ edit ]
Albert Pujols is second among active players in on-base percentage to Joey Votto.
Joey Votto is the active MLB leader in on-base percentage.
Partially a note to myself, partially a note to others, the non-HoF eligible players are:
1. Obviously anyone not retired long enough.
2. Joe Jackson. Too bad, but permanently ineligible unless the rule is changed for Pete Rose.
3. George Selkirk, Jake Stenzel, and Bill Lange. Those 3 didn't get to 10 championship seasons, a HoF requirement.
As such the count is 43 HoF eligible, 27/43 in the Hall (poor Edgar, should be 28).
Staxringold talk 05:20, 15 January 2010 (UTC) contribs
Also for future reference I've left the Pujols image to the right for easy replacement when he passes Helton or Helton retires.
Staxringold talk 19:17, 15 January 2010 (UTC) contribs
DYK note for future generations [ edit ]
The DYK ran prior to the 2010 season, and Joe Mauer had not yet reached 3000 PA at that point.
Staxringold talk 17:21, 14 April 2010 (UTC) contribs