I understand Roger's sentiments. For him, it's all about winning. I think he likes his two rings WAY MORE than the two 20 strikeout games he through as a Boston player. He's also very councious of the fact that Dan Duquette, the former Boston GM, basically ran him out of town, and told him he was through.
So, what did Roger do? Got in the best shape of his career, and won not one, but two Cy Young awards with Toronto! He was DOMINANT!
Then, he comes to the Yanks. What kind of stats has he racked up? 67 wins and counting, two World Series titles, his 300th win, his 4,000th strikeout, and another Cy Young award. Not a bad performance.
Based on that, I think the Hall should let Roger decide. He hasn't been a Sox player for almost ten years.