Hall of Fame Case: Jeff Kent

Jeff Kent is on the ballot for the eighth time this year. He managed to get to 27.5 percent last year and would need a huge boost to make the 75 percent needed. Is he Cooperstown worthy? Make sure to check out all of our other MLB Hall of Fame Cases. Kent was one of the best offensive second basemen in history. So why doesn’t he get the respect from the BBWAA? Let’s take a look at his case. Career SummaryJeffrey Franklin Kent was selected in the 20th round in the 1989 draft by the Toronto Blue Jays out of the University of California. He would make his major league debut in 1992 and do well fo…

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