Alan Trammell, Lou Whitaker, and Larry Walker. Three players, one amazing double-play combo, one excellent hitter. Larry Walker was constantly disrespected by sportswriters and assorted idiots because he played the prime of his career in Colorado, along with Dante Bichette, who was a bit of a jerk; Vinny Castilla, who wasn't really all that good until he got to Colorado; and Andres Galarraga, who needed only Coors Field to jump start his career and produce runs, and probably would be a more viable candidate for the Hall of fame were he not attacked by cancer. Todd Helton would come along later and fight his own battle to be recognized as a legit potential great. Walker had a career line of .313-383-1,311. And of course I bring that up because people will point to that and say 1) those are ...
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