We have just witnessed Bert Blyleven and Roberto Alomar get inducted into Cooperstown. Baseball is a ridiculously hard sport to be elected into the Hall of Fame. Some observers say it's TOO hard. Hockey on the other hand is often criticized for being too soft. I agree with both of these analogies. But which one do you prefer? One to be too soft or too strict? Baseball has more great players waiting to get in than Hockey and has less questionable selections than Hockey. Translate Jack Morris' career into a hockey player and I believe he's in the HHOF for example. There are other names but let's just discuss each institution.