Hall of Fame

2007 HOF Voting Results

January 20, 2008. Cooperstown, NY. After careful counting and recounting, no eligible player has received enough support to be named to the Hall of Fame this year. The top vote-getters were Jack Morris (63%), Tony Gwynn (63%), Kirby Puckett (58%), and Greg Maddux (53%). John Wetteland and Duane Ward will fall off next year’s ballot, and […]

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2006 Hall of Fame Results

January 20, 2007. Cooperstown, NY. After many years of waiting his turn, 3,000 hit member Robin Yount has finally been elected into the Hall of Fame, amassing 89.5% of this year’s votes. Along side him will be first timer and recent retiree Barry Bonds, who snared 84.2% of the vote. Sources close to the situation say […]

Hall of Fame

2005 Hall Of Fame Results

January 20, 2006. Cooperstown, NY. Although some came close, no player will be enshrined in baseball’s Hall of Fame this year. Notable snubs include Robin Yount carrying 3,142 hits on his resume (71.4%), Jack Morris who compiled 254 wins in his career (57.1%), Iron Man Cal Ripken Jr. (61.9%), and legendary outfielder Kirby Puckett (61.9%). All […]

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2003 HOF Results

January 21, 2004. Cooperstown, NY. With some deserving candidates on the ballot, it’s always a disappointing for the commissioner to announce no one received enough votes to enter the Hall of Fame this year. 75% of the votes is needed, and the closest player was Tommy John with 70%. 3,000 hit member Robin Yount, John […]

Hall of Fame

2002 HOF Results

February 11, 2003. Cooperstown, NY. By the skin of his teeth, all time stolen base leader Rickey Henderson was inducted into the Hall of Fame this year. 3,000 hit member Robin Yount, Tommy John and his 288 wins, and others will have to wait another year. As always, 75% of the vote was needed to […]

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2001 HOF Inductees

January 11, 2002. Cooperstown, NY. Insiders had this year’s ballot full of sure thing hall of famers, however, this year’s voters thought differently. 3,000 hit club member Robin Yount will have to wait another year, as will stolen base record holder Rickey Henderson. However, the voters did allow two players in this year: Jim Kaat […]