As things stand, there are zero agents in the Baseball Hall of Fame. It's likely to remain that way for a long time, if not forever. If there ever is a breakthrough, though, the first agent inducted into the Hall of Fame should be an easy pick: Scott Boras. 

No, you don't have to like him. You don't even have to respect his tactics, but you damn sure have to respect the job he's done over the years, collectively, for Major League Baseball players. 

This past winter, Boras landed his clients in the ballpark of a billion dollars and it wasn't even a surprise. That's just what he does. Even before the prolific offseason, Forbes called Boras the most powerful agent in all of sports (he's been named it every single year since 2013), even saying he's "in a league of his own." At the time, he had 106 MLB players as clients with $3.83 billion in contracts. And, again, that was before this past offseason. 

This offseason, Boras landed four players nine-figure deals: 

Carlos Correa: Six years, $200 million

Xander Bogaerts: 11 years, $280 million

Carlos Rodón: Six years, $162 million

Brandon Nimmo: Eight years, $162 million 

Boras was also the first agent to get a player to $50 million, $100 million, $200 million, $250 million and $300 million. We could probably set pretty much any benchmark and he's done it first and most often.