Ballot Choice #5: Chipper Jones
Employing the transitive property of equality (if a=b and b=c, then a=c), if Edgar and Walker get in, so does Chipper Jones.
Jones’ .303/.401/.529 slash is in the same vicinity as the other two, while his 87.4 WAR slots neatly between Mike Schmidt (elected to the Hall in 1995) and Albert Pujols (an eventual shoo-in). He even won a batting title in 2008.
It’s looking good for Jones, as 98.3% of the voters agree with me.