January 20, 2014. Cooperstown, NY. The 2013 class of the United Baseball Association’s Hall of Fame will see two players enter: Catcher Jorge Posada and Outfielder Carl Everett. Posada enters the Hall on just his 2nd try, carrying a resume of a .290 AVG, OPS of .851, 1,054 RBIs and 1,057 Runs. Posada was a two-time champion winning WCS MVP in one of those victories, also notching rookie of the year in 1995, was an 11 time All Star, 5 time Silver Slugger, and a one time Gold Glover. Carl Everett was voted in on his 5th try, as a career .297 hitter with an OPS of .898, with 333 home runs, 1,197 RBIs, and 1,202 Runs. Everett was a 2 time MVP, 6 time All Star, 3 time Silver Slugger and one time Gold Glover.
Here are the plaques unveiled in Cooperstown this year:
Below is the full voting results tallied this year: