Sorry in advance if this topic appeared anywhere else ad nauseam; however, my ballot would be as follows if I had a vote:
Self explanatory. Best reliever and one of the best postseason performers in history. There have been 12 men on the moon. Rivera has only allowed 11 postseason runs. Oh...his postseason ERA was 0.70 in 96 appearances.
Put your political views aside. Schilling is one of the best postseason performers in history. He has a career 79.6 bWAR in 20 seasons.
Finished with 270 victories and went out as a 20 game winner. He pitched his entire career in the AL East against steroid-injected phonies and still pitched to a career ERA of 3.68.
Arguably the most feared DH in big league history next to David Ortiz. He used to murder my Yankees! Fun fact, he hit .625 against Mariano Rivera. If Harold *bleeping* Baines is in, you better put Edgar in. His career slash line .312/.418/.515. Goodness...
There wasn't a better defensive CF in the late 90's and early 2000's than Jones. Sorry. Not Bonds. Not Griffey. Not Edmonds. Jones had 10 consecutive gold glove awards between 1998-2007. Offensively speaking during that period, Jones never hit less than 25 homers. He drove in 100 runs on 5 occasions.
This one is obvious. A consistent workhorse that finished with a .659 winning percentage and 64.3 bWAR in 16 seasons. An 8 time all-star, 2 time Cy Young Winner and finished in the top 5 of Cy Young voting on 7 occasions.
He's the best defensive shortstop of our generation. Let's see another bozo play 24 seasons at such a demanding position so that whole "stat compiler" argument doesn't apply here. He's an 11 time gold glove award winner with 2,877 hits. In 12,013 plate appearances, he only struck out 1,087 times. Yep...
How this man is not a Hall of Famer is beyond me. Career slash line of .284/.377/.509 which includes 493 long balls. This man was one of the most dangerous hitters of the early 90s. Put him in!!!