HoPIL

Welcome to the hallowed Hall of People I Like.

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Members (listed alphabetically):

Michael Patrick Barrett– Montreal Expos, Chicago Cubs, San Diego Padres, Toronto Blue Jays, 1998-2009

Craig Alan Biggio– Houston Astros, 1988-2007

Brett M. Gardner– New York Yankees, 2008-Present

Curtis Granderson– Detroit Tigers, New York Yankees, 2004-Present

Joshua Holt Hamilton– Cincinnati Reds, Texas Rangers, 2007-Present

James Richard Harden– Oakland Athletics, Chicago Cubs, Texas Rangers, 2003-Present

Dirk Von Hayhurst– San Diego Padres, Toronto Blue Jays, Tampa Bay Rays, 2008-Present

Theodore Roosevelt Lilly– Montreal Expos, New York Yankees, Oakland Athletics, Toronto Blue Jays, Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers, 1999-Present

Gregory Alan Maddux– Chicago Cubs, Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres, 1986-2008

Joseph Patrick Mauer– Minnesota Twins, 2004-Present

Brian Michael McCann– Atlanta Braves, 2005-Present

Matthew Henry Murton– Chicago Cubs, Oakland Athletics, Colorado Rockies, Hanshin Tigers, 2005-Present

Michael Cole Mussina– Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees               1991-2008

Andrew Eugene Pettitte– New York Yankees, Houston Astros              1995-2010

Lee Arthur Smith– Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox, California Angels, Cincinnati Reds, 1980-1997

Joakim Agustin Ramos Soria– Kansas City Royals, 2007-Present

Kurt Kiyoshi Suzuki– Oakland Athletics, 2007-Present

Alan Stuart Trammell– Detroit Tigers, 1977-1996

Todd Arthur Walker– Minnesota Twins, Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Boston Red Sox, Colorado Rockies, San Diego Padres, Oakland Athletics       1996-2007

Ryan Wallace Zimmerman– Washington Nationals, 2005-Present

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*Criteria for induction into this hall: Current members of baseball’s Hall of Fame do not qualify. If a player from this list is eventually inducted into the HoF, he will henceforth be retired from the HoPIL (Greg Maddux will be an example in a few years.) Current members of the Chicago Cubs roster also do not qualify. They will be considered only after they retire or become part of another organization.

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