h, Childs, I can just picture you and your fellow Gilman grads sitting around in your sweater vests and toy pipes, discussing how you much you loved Bert Blyleven's infamous "I love to fart" T-shirt. But let's not confuse Cooperstown with a Barnum & Bailey exhibit here.
With the exception of Dave Kingman, there's only one eligible player with at least 425 homers who isn't in the Hall of Fame, and by this time next year, Andre Dawson ought to consider filing criminal charges.
You know how many other players hit 400 homers and stole 300 bases?
Willie Mays and Barry Bonds. Not bad company. Should we throw in Dawson's .482 slugging percentage, his 2,774 hits, his 1,591 RBIs, too? He won the National League Most Valuable Player award and the Rookie of the Year Award, and if his offensive numbers don't get your attention, he also won eight Gold Gloves playing on a pair of knees that were as useful as a pair of brakes with no pads.