What would make up the “perfect” Baseball Hall of Fame player? 

Someone like Barry Bonds will be a Hall of Famer because of his tremendous power. Roger Clemens will be induced into Cooperstown because he won so many games and struck out so many batters. 

The “perfect” Hall of Famer would presumably also hit for contact and have great speed. Good defensive skills would help as well, but Hall of Famers likely achieved that status because they played defense well enough to sustain a long career in baseball. 

Of the players eligible for the 2013 Hall of Fame class, several of them have aspects that would constitute the “perfect player.” But which traits would make for the best features in such a bionic, Frankenstein-type of creation? 

Here is how we’d put the “perfect” Hall of Famer together, based on the players currently on the ballot. 

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