I pointed out that everyone, EVERYONE except for Victorino and Crawford had their shots - do you not want discussion?
Victorino hit .269 in the playoffs, with 2 HR, 13 RBI, and 3 SB. Those are solid numbers, but, over a full season, it projects to 16 HR, 104 RBI, and 24 SB - do you consider a player like Bobby Abreu a Hall of Famer? Also, consider that Abreu hits for a much higher average, and draws many more walks.
Shane Victorino and Carl Crawford, as of now, are poised to have Tim Raines-lite like careers. Tim Raines was great, and I think he has a very strong argument for the Hall of Fame - yet he has not made it, and has not solicited a great deal of support. Pragmatism dictates that, players with comparable but slightly worse careers, are not likely to make the Hall of Fame.
I apologize if you do not want discussion when you post lists. I welcome everyone to point out holes in my argument - I really do. I am not always right, nor am I always unbiased. However, I try my best to be pragmatic, and I try to back up everything with comparisons.