Yes it is. Do you ever watch Clubhouse Confidential? It's on every day so I don't get a chance to watch it but a couple times a week and that's when I remember to DVR it. I copied and pasted the following....
Clubhouse Confidential With sabermetrics continually at the forefront of baseball conversations, Clubhouse Confidential with Brian Kenny discusses and debates the day's news and moves using modern statistical research and value projection. Segments like "High Heat," "The Showdown" and "The Shredder" welcome differing opinions to reach conclusions in the new age of baseball analytics.
Loc: Michigan - The Spartan State
Originally Posted By: 33rdStreet
Sadly you are probably right
Some mentioning of Grich and Tommy John, here is the remainder of MLB's list (Top 10 above):
1. Tim Raines 2. Jack Morris 3. Mark McGwire 4. Minnie Minoso 5. Jeff Bagwell 6. Lee Smith 7. Alan Trammell 8. Ted Simmons 9. Dick Allen 10. Jim Kaat 11. Luis Tiant 12. Dale Murphy 13. Ken Boyer 14. Joe Torre 15. Dwight Evans 16. Rafael Palmero 17. Steve Garvey 18. Gil Hodges 19. Don Mattingly 20. Keith Hernandez 21. Edgar Matinez 22. Tommy John 23. Lou Whitaker 24. Larry Walker 25. Will Clark 26. Tony Oliva 27. Dave Parker 28. Ron Guidry 29. Maury Wills 30. Buck O'Neill 31. Albert Belle 32. Dave Concepcion 33. Juan Gonzalez 34. Jimmy Wynn 35. Bill Freehan (Another Tiger - entire career with Tigers) 36. Bobby Grich 37. Harold Baines 38. Fred McGriff 39. Mark Grace 40. Roger Maris
They did note that Pete Rose and Joe Jackson were not eligible for this vote.