Yeah, I think he is a tougher case. His JAWS and WAR7 are low, which lends thought to the theory that his 68.9 WAR is an example of being good for many years, not great. I still wouldn't mind if he got in though. 1997 and 2001, his two best years, were extremely hitter friendly eras (18th and 16th worst FIP, respectively). Now you could make the same argument for Glavine, Smoltz, and Mussina, but I want them all in.