I really think it depends on (sadly enough) other outfielders and their history with steroids. Take for instance the recently retired Manny Ramirez. He's a HOF lock...until you factor in the PED use. Now, Edmonds retired in Jan/Feb of '11 and Manny just retired. Say they come up in the same HOF voting group. If Edmonds comes off as the clean one, maybe his numbers look a little different. Also factor in that if there are other players who used that come up for voting, they prob won't factor in much either (Palmiero, Sosa, Clemens, Bonds). You won't have as many spots taken, and Edmonds may be near the top of the 'clean' bunch. Again, this is assuming he never used and nothing comes out.
But overall? I don't think he is. He was great defensively, but not quite the game changer Ozzie Smith was (someone who got in solely on defense). At the same time, he was much better offensively, but not at a Hall of Fame level. Tough call, but I still say no.
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