Owens was a supremely talented receiver, but he also was a supremely selfish player who submarined multiple franchises during his playing career. Owens forced his way out of San Francisco only to have a two-year stint in Philadelphia that ended with him doing sit-ups in a driveway before being suspended by the team. Owens resurfaced in Dallas, and that ended badly, too. After stints in Buffalo and Cincinnati, Owens’ 15-year career ended with Hall of Fame numbers. But he is having to wait longer because of all that damage.
The long version:
Trammel is a definite. He was easily one of the biggest head scratchers out of the hall.
Morris was essentially a durable, but inconsistent number 3. Its not a total travesty thay he’s in because it’s no small feat to be a productive, above average major leaguer for like 20 years but I, personally wouldnt have voted him.
The biggest snubs currently not still on the BBWA as of now:
Dick Allen, Orel Hershiser, Kenny Lofton, Lou Whitaker, Lee Smith and Marvin Miller
~Wouldnt be opposed to seeing Garvey or Palmiero elected (Steroids can help, but 3000 hits and 500 home runs is still insane).