|Year of Induction|
|Teams||Cardinals, Dodgers, Mets, White Sox|
|Positions||First Base, Third Base|
Ken Boyer was an MVP, 11-time All Star, and five-time Gold Glover in St. Louis. He was inducted into the Cardinals Hall of Fame in 2014.
"Whoever wants to know the heart and mind of America had better learn baseball…"
~Jacques Barzun, 1954
I believe that Ken Boyer should be in the Baseball Hall of Fame. This is based on his stats, number of times he made the All Star Team, Golden Glove frequency, & lifetime batting average.
What ere the reasons why he was not voted into the HOF?
If Ron Santo a HOF & he should be, shouldn’t Ken Boyer….compare the stats
There is no doubt that Ken Boyer belongs in the HOF. Some injustices in sports cannot be corrected, this one can. Ken Boyers’ professional career performance in baseball deserves HOF recognition period.. C’mon baseball HOF committee, find it within yourselves to do the right thing.
Ken Boyer died at a young age and baseball was always a part of his adult life. He was a credit to the game. It’s so sad he NEVER got in. Even as an OLD TIMER.
From the mid 1950’s to the mid 1960’s Ken Boyer was the best all around 3rd baseman in the majors. Much better offensively than Brooks Robinson and much better defensively than Eddie Mathews, both HOFers who played in that same era.
Ken Boyer definitely belongs in Baseball’s Hall of Fame. His offensive and defensive records speak for themselves. In today’s era where less than complete players such as designated hitters are being elected it is shameful the likes of Ken Boyer are overlooked.