Working our way through the BBWAA HAll of Fame ballot, I'm skipping over Brett Boone, who had a nice career but I don't think anyone would confuse him for a Hall candidate.
Kevin Brown is on the ballot for the first time. He finished with a 211-144 record, 3.28 ERA in a 19 season career with 6 different teams. He won 21 games in 1992 with the Texas Rangers, won the ERA crown twice, led the league in starts 3 times, innings once. He ranks 38th all time in strikeouts
He won a World Series ring with the Marlins and, for about a 10 year period, was considered one of the top 5 pitchers in baseball.