Much of Grich's value came from his on-base percentages, which until the past couple of decades, was not as highly valued as batting average. Grich did have a little power, though, hitting at least 12 home runs in 12 of his 17 seasons. He even hit 30 in 1979 and 22 in the strike-shortened 1981 season. In his career he amassed 71 WAR according to Baseball-Reference. By that count, Grich should easily be in the Hall of Fame, and many fans agree that he's been quite underrated for a long time.
Bobby's still quite active in the game today, working in the now Los Angeles Angels' front office. He's also active in the Anaheim, CA community. He's a great guy who was a great player and his career was vastly underrated by baseball writers when it came to Hall-of-Fame voting. No doubt, though, he'll forever be remembered by the Orioles and Angels fans that watched him play. Thanks for the memories, Bobby.