Earlier this week, the 2019 National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot was released. Players need to receive 75% of the votes from voters to be included into the class. The 2019 class will be announced in January.

Below is the official 2019 ballot with % of votes from the 2018 year. How many former New York Yankees do you believe should be in this year's class? How many do you think will make it? Let us know below. (Former New York Yankees in bold and italics)

  • Rick Ankiel (first year)
  • Jason Bay (first year)
  • Lance Berkman (first year)
  • Barry Bonds (7th year, 56.4% in 2018)
  • Roger Clemens (7th year, 57.3%) 
  • Freddy Garcia (first year)
  • Jon Garland (first year)
  • Travis Hafner (first year)
  • Roy Halladay (first year)
  • Todd Helton (first year)
  • Andruw Jones (2nd year, 7.3%)
  • Jeff Kent (6th year, 14.5%)
  • Ted Lilly (first year)
  • Derek Lowe (first year)
  • Edgar Martinez (10th year, 70.4%)
  • Fred McGriff (10th year, 23.2%)
  • Mike Mussina (6th year, 63.5%)
  • Darren Oliver (first year)
  • Roy Oswalt (first year)
  • Andy Pettitte (first year)
  • Juan Pierre (first year)
  • Placido Polanco (first year)
  • Manny Ramirez (3rd year, 22%)
  • Mariano Rivera (first year)
  • Scott Rolen (2nd year, 10.2%)
  • Curt Schilling (6th year, 51.2%)
  • Gary Sheffield (5th year, 11.1%)
  • Sammy Sosa (7th year, 7.8%)
  • Miguel Tejada (first year)
  • Omar Vizquel (2nd year, 37.1%)
  • Billy Wagner (4th year, 11.1%)
  • Larry Walker (9th year, 34.1%)
  • Vernon Wells (first year)
  • Kevin Youkilis (first year)
  • Michael Young (first year)