If two players are similar enough, they should be honored similarly, too.We've had five years to contemplate Bernie Williams' similarities to Kirby Puckett, who was elected to the Hall of Fame with 82.1 percent of the vote on his first ballot in 2001.Williams received 9.6 percent of the vote, as announced in Monday's Hall of Fame balloting results, and frankly that appalls me. Puckett and Williams are very comparable players, but 72.5 percent of the members of the Baseball Writers Association of America disagree. How can this be?YES Network'sSteven Goldman made insightful comparisons of the two center fielders in this post, and I wish every voter would give it a read for the sake of the Hall of Fame. Not including Williams in Cooperstown would be a shame.Takeaways from Goldman's...

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