Well, we know where the BBWAA sits on players like Alan Trammell and Jack Morris, but what if the Tigers had a Hall of Fame? Who would be in it? Below is a vote where you can only select 10 players over a half century of Tiger baseball, so would it be? Adding a couple other parameters to be eligible, the player must have played at least 5 years in Detroit and/or one third or more of their career in the D. To make the Tigers Hall of Fame, a player must accumulate 75% of the vote.
We’ll eliminate the easy choices of players that are already in the Major League Hall of Fame as they should be shoe-ins. With that, current Detroit Tigers Hall of Famers include:
The first vote consists of players who played in Detroit between 1901 and 1959. They include: