I've said it before, and it seems Bill James agrees.
He wrote this article yesterday for Grantland: http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/7555836/an-open-letter-mlb-hall-fame-dwight-evans-rightful-place-cooperstown
Anyone who hasn't yet, read it, please do.
James loses focus every now and then, and ends up defending almost everyone he discusses, but he does a good statistical analysis of Evans' career.
I have always believed Evans deserves the Hall nod, and it's exceptionally insulting he isn't yet in now that Jim Rice is. This may be a can of worms for Red Sox fans, but in my opinion Evans was worth more over his career to the Sox than Rice.
Dwight Evans is one of the most underrated players in the modern era of baseball, and more than that he is a Hall of Fame-caliber player.