And now I’m wondering, when he’s eligible again a year from now, whether all of a sudden the deceased Miller will get the necessary votes to gain entry. And then we’ll shake our heads and say, “Couldn’t this have been done a lot sooner — like when he was alive?”
Why do we do this? We have long known that Miller’s accomplishments warranted him being in the Hall of Fame.
We never seem to do the right thing . . . until it’s too late.