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Earlier today, ESPN released information on how their employees with Hall of fame ballots voted. This is a good move – increases transparency, gives readers a look behind the scenes, etc. It also let us know one of their voters made some fantastically bizarre choices.
The results are in, and they’re about what we all expected – after both barely missing last year, Roberto Alomar and Bert Blyleven made the Baseball Hall of Fame cut today.
It’s always a source of debate when Hall of Fame voting season turns up. Who deserves to get enshrined at Cooperstown? And what are the exact qualifications that voters examine?