Allan Trammel's numbers are extremely foreshadowed by Cal Rikpen's. Barry Larkin experienced this same problem with Ozzie Smith, which is the reason why he doesn't have as many Gold Gloves as he should. Larkin's offense is looked upon a bit more highly because Smith was no Barry Bonds with the bat.
Take a look at Larkin's numbers compared to Smith's:
Now look at Cal Ripken Jr. and Trammell's stats compared:
Cal Ripken Jr
Right off the bat you can see Larkin was far superior with the bat than Ozzie Smith, and shortstop not being a "power" position he accumulated nine of his Sliver Sluggers easier than Trammell did his three.
Trammell hit only 10 less homeruns, batted 10 points lower in career average, had more hits, and if you look at career AVG/OBP/SLG they matchup like this:
You put Trammell in the NL throughout his whole career no doubt he accumulates all the accolades Larkin did. Like I have said before, since he had arguably the greatest Shortstop of all time playing at the same time as him, his career accomplishments and numbers are severely overlooked.
If Trammell's and Larkin's numbers are that compareable, why is Trammell still not in the Hall?