2017 National Baseball Hall of Fame Voting Results
Three players will be enshrined into the National Baseball Hall of Fame this July in Cooperstown. Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez all received over the necessary seventy five percent of voter support to become an inductee in Baseball's Hall. Bagwell average over 30 home runs a season while winning an MVP and a Rookie of the Year award during his career. Raines, a six time all star, notched over 2,600 hits during his career than spanned into four decades. Rodriguez becomes just the second catcher in the hall's history to be selected in his first year on the ballot. (Johnny Bench). Rodriguez was a former MVP, a World Series champion, 14 time All Star and a 13 time Golden Glove award winner. Below are this year's voting results. Which players do you believed deserved more support? Let us know below.
75% or above deems the player an inductee. Less than 5% of voter support removes you from future ballots.
Ballots Cast: 442
Needed for Election: 332