MLB players are most likely to make the Hall of Fame?

Trout has had perhaps the most remarkable first 12 years of an MLB career, winning three MVP Awards, Rookie of the Year, and appearing in 10 All-Star Games. 

The Hall of Fame work is already complete, however, with two MVPs with four batting titles along with 12 All-Star Games. 

Verlander has shown incredible longevity, with 17 active seasons and over 3,100 innings thrown. He won his third Cy Young in 2022 

Scherzer is on a short list of pitchers who have won three Cy Young Awards. He's also been an All-Star eight times and has fanned over 3,100 batters for his career.

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The nine-time All-Star is closing in on 3,000 career strikeouts and 200 wins, and is still dominant when healthy. 

The best defensive third baseman of his era, Arenado has won 10 Gold Gloves and six Platinum Gloves in 10 seasons 

Ohtani had arguably the greatest season in MLB history in 2021, considering he performed at an elite level as both a hitter and pitcher. 

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