I’m about to do something you should never do.
Here’s what I mean: If we took the worst players in the Hall of Fame -- say Freddie Lindstrom or High Pockets Kelly or Jesse Haines -- and suggest everyone better than them is a Hall of Famer, well, the Hall of Fame would need to purchase a few more buildings to house all the plaques. George Kelly was a 1920s-era first baseman with a career value lower than Mike Hargrove or Mo Vaughn or Kevin Youkilis. That would be a big Hall of Fame.
I do wonder, however, how the recent selection of Jack Morris by the Modern Era Committee will change the future dynamic of electing pitchers.