Here’s Why Alan Trammell Should Be In The Major League Baseball Hall Of Fame
If you know anything about Major League Baseball you should know the name of Alan Trammell. Trammell played for many years for the Detroit Tigers. They were the only team he ever played for. Trammell was one of the best shortstops in Tiger baseball history.
Alan Trammell is baseball. When the Tigers won the 1984 World Series, Alan was the MVP. He of course had a great second baseman name "Sweet Lou" Whitaker, that made one of the best double-play combinations in the history of Major League Baseball.
Those two key players for Detroit played together for many years. Now, many people feel Whitaker should be a prime candidate for Cooperstown and the MLB Hall Of Fame. That I am not sure, but one thing I am sure of Alan Trammell should be in the MLB Hall of fame. His statistics are almost exactly identical to Hall Of Famer Barry Larkin.
Alan Trammell was the Manager of the Detroit Tigers in the early 2000's and they stunk. He was fired for Jim Leyland. Then, he became the bench coach for Lou Piniella and the Chicago Cubs. He also was bench coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks and his friend and former teammate Kirk Gibson. Now, he is a roving instructor for the Detroit Tigers. All I know is this, he will be a manager again in the big league's and he should be in be in the Hall Of Fame.