Nicknamed “The Thrill”, Will Clark became an instant favorite as he homered on his first at bat against the legendary Nolan Ryan. Clark would become a major star in the Bay Area, exciting fans with his unequaled competitiveness and solid offensive play. He was ranked among his peers as the top clutch performers in the game which he proved by winning the NLCS MVP in 1989. The six-Time All-Star finished his career with a Batting Average over .300 and solid power numbers. What hurt Will Clark was the inflated power numbers that came after him (especially from other first basemen) made what he accomplished look less special. It is very possible that “The Thrill” could pop up in a Veteran’s Committee discussion in the future.