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Hall of Fame BBWAA To Induct Four

January 24, 2018 - Four new players, two on the ballot for the first time, will enter the Hall of Fame this coming July; Chipper Jones, Vladimir Guerrero, Jim Thome, and Trevor Hoffman. They will accompany two additional players added in December by the Veterans Committee; Jack Morris and Alan Trammel.

How Did the Vote Go for Those Inducted: Chipper Jones 410 (97.2%), Vladimir Guerrero 392 (92.9%), Jim Thome 379 (89.8%), Trevor Hoffman 337 (79.9%). 75% is needed for election.

How Did Other Do Who Remain on the Ballot: Edgar Martinez 297 (70.4%), Mike Mussina 268 (63.5%), Roger Clemens 242 (57.3%), Barry Bonds 238 (56.4%), Curt Schilling 216 (51.2%), Omar Vizquel 156 (37.0%), Larry Walker 144 (34.1%), Fred McGriff 98 (23.2%), Manny Ramirez 93 (22.0%), Jeff Kent 61 (14.5%), Gary Sheffield 47 (11.1%), Billy Wagner 47 (11.1%), Scott Rolen 43 (10.2%), Sammy Sosa 33 (7.8%), Andruw Jones 31 (7.3%).

Those Who Did Not Get 5% and Are Removed from the Ballot: Jamie Moyer 10 (2.4%), Johan Santana 10 (2.4%), Johnny Damon 8 (1.9%), Hideki Matsui 4 (0.9%), Chris Carpenter 2 (0.5%), Kerry Wood 2 (0.5%), Livan Hernandez 1 (0.2%), Carlos Lee 1 (0.2%), Orlando Hudson 0, Aubrey Huff 0, Jason Isringhausen 0, Brad Lidge 0, Kevin Millwood 0, Carlos Zambrano 0.


Clayton Kershaw

Top Pitchers All-Time

Kerhaw Joins Top 20 All-Time

After only eleven seasons of pitching for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Clayton Kershaw has joined the Top 20 of All-Time Pitchers. Next up for Kershaw, Gaylord Perry and Christy Mathewson. For the Full Top 100 All-Time Pitching List.

Mike Trout

Top Batters All-Time

And Then There's Mike Trout

If you thought Clayton was racing up the All-Time charts for pitchers, then check out the amazing progress of Angel's outfielder Mike Trout after only eight seasons. Just where does he sit, check out the Full Top 100 All-Time Batting List. Next up for Trout, Adrian Beltre, George Davis, and David Ortiz.



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Baseball History Fact

April 4, 1871 - The first professional baseball league, the National Association, debuts with a game between the Cleveland Forest Citys and the Fort Wayne Kekiongas. Fort Wayne won the initial official game 2 to 0.

What else happened that year? January 17, 1871 - Andrew Smith Hallidie patents an improvement in endless wire and rope ways for cable cars. And on November 17, 1871 - The National Rifle Association is granted a charter by the State of New York.

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