Hall of Fame Case: Michael Cuddyer

Michael Cuddyer had a productive 15-year career, winning a batting title and even getting a few MVP votes a couple of times. Let’s take a look at his Hall of Fame case. Make sure to check out all of our other MLB Hall of Fame Cases. Career SummaryThe Minnesota Twins drafted Michael Brent Cuddyer out of Great Bridge HS (VA) in 1997 with the ninth pick. He made his way through the Twins system and finally debuted in 2001. Cuddyer started getting regular at-bats in 2004, playing in 115 games all over the diamond. As a super-utility player for a couple of years, he saw time at first, second, third…

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