The Baseball Hall of the Very Good by Egantx7

Question 11

At age 37, in 1985, this guy hit 40 home runs to lead the American League for his only home run title. In 1983 he was one of the Giants' representatives at the All-Star Game, his second and last All-Star appearance. His 1605 walks is still 12th all-time in MLB history. While his HR/K ratio and defense at 3rd base were good his 0.246 career batting average doomed any serious discussion for his HoF chances. Identify this player with 414 career home runs, the only player other than Dave Kingman to hit 400 home runs in the pre-roid era and not get into the Hall.

Darrell Wayne Evans