New York – David Ortiz, Ryan Howard, Tim Lincecum and Alex Rodriguez It is one of the 13 first-time candidates voted in the American Baseball Writers Association Hall of Fame, and 17 candidates have been added.
Steroid-contaminated stars Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens And Curt Schilling appeared in the BBWAA voting for the 10th and last time, and the latter fell behind the necessary 75% by 16 votes in last year’s voting. Schilling appeared on 71.1% of the votes, Bonds appeared on 61.8% and Clemens 61.6%.
Hall and BBWAA said on Monday that Justin Mono, Jimmy Rollins and Jack Pivy, along with Carl Crawford, Prince Field, Joe Nathan, Jonathan Pappelburn, AJ Pierzynski and Mark Teixeira also joined the vote.
Those left behind include Bobby Abreu, Mark Buehrle, Todd Helton, Tim Hudson, Torii Hunter, Andruw Jones, Jeff Kent, Andy Pettitte, Manny Ramirez, Gary Sheffield, Sammy Sosa, Omar Vizquel and Billy Wagner.
After winning 17% of the vote last year, Souza will vote for the last time.
BBWAA members who have been in the club for 10 years or more are eligible to vote. Ballots must be postmarked by December 31, and the results will be announced on January 25.
Any players elected will be inducted into the Hall at Cooperstown on July 24 along with anyone elected by the Golden Days Era and Early Baseball Era committees, which are scheduled to meet on Dec. 5.
No was elected by the BBWAA in last year’s vote, and Schilling asked after the vote that the Hall remove him from the ballot.
“It doesn’t matter, this game doesn’t owe me anything,” he said in a live video on his Twitter account.
Clemens Denying the use of performance-enhancing drugs, Bonds denies using them deliberately.Bonds was also accused of domestic violence and Clemens The singer, who was 15 years old when they met, maintained a ten-year relationship.
Rodriguez Suspension of the 2014 season due to violation of MLB’s drug policy and collective bargaining agreement, and OrtizAllegedly, his name appeared on the list of players who tested positive in the 2003 investigation test.
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