Roger Clemens, Curt Schilling Among Most Glaring Hall Of Fame Omissions (Photos)

ClemensWith National Baseball Hall of Fame inductions taking place Sunday, we’ve taken a hard look this week at the guys whose names hang in the Hall among baseball’s immortal.

From the guys who made it but probably shouldn’t have, to the guys who are there but no one appreciates, and even to the guys with the best mullets, we’ve got you covered.

Four of baseball’s best — Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio — will be inducted Sunday, but there are still several players that haven’t made it to Cooperstown that absolutely deserve to be there.

We’ve laid out who we believe are the most deserving players not currently in the Hall of Fame, with one exception: Players have to be retired for more than five seasons to be eligible. That automatically rules out active players and a slew of others — Trevor Hoffman, Mariano Rivera, Vladimir Guerrero, Manny Ramirez, Jim Thome, Ken Griffey Jr., and Omar Vizquel, to name a few — that absolutely deserve to be in the Hall of Fame but aren’t yet eligible.

Without further ado, here are the 12 biggest Hall of Fame snubs.

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