Carlos Daniel Carrasco
Although Dominican David Ortiz (82.1% 110 votes) is on the right foot to be inducted into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame in his first year. If Barry Ponds and Roger Clemens, the candidates who are part of Cooperstown, had the votes needed to get elected at their last chance, the news would have spread in the world of baseball.
The leading league leader in career home runs (Ponds 762) currently holds 80.6% with 108 surveys, while the seven-time Cy Young Award winner is 79.1%, with 106 labeled chips.
In the 2021 exam, the San Francisco outfielder received 61.8%, while the “Rocket” received 61.6%.
To date, 127 of the 392 votes cast have been cast for North American baseball journalists and journalists.
Those selected to enter Cooperstown must receive 75%, which equates to 294 appointments on the ballot.
The number held on social networks by known accounts (tweets) is about the ballot papers made public by the journalists who exercise that right. This has been a dynamic in recent years.
But the vast majority of baseball historians’ voting is carried out anonymously, and this is a number that could generate many or some of the trends currently found.
The case of steroids and banned substances has tarnished the lives of these soldiers who have left in large numbers. Others involved include fellow pitcher Kurt Schilling (58.2% 78), and Dominican outfielder Sami Sosa (26.9% 36), who also have one last chance to enter the Temple of the Immortals.
Vote # 134 from Scott Lauber. There is no addition or subtraction for returning candidates. First-time candidate David Ortiz receives Labor votes. His paragraph: https://t.co/Pncus9GYAk
– Ryan Thebotox (otNotMrTibbs) January 5, 2022
If these soldiers do not enter this way, they will be taken to the Veterans Committee, where they too will be selected by ballot.