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By Gary Kicinski, Digital First Media
Posted: 01/08/2013 08:54:21 AM PST
Updated: 01/08/2013 08:56:21 AM PST
Hall of Fame voting grid
Digital First Media surveyed its reporters and editors who are members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America to see who they voted for among the 37 players who are on this year's Hall of Fame ballot, as a sample of the voting membership at large. To earn induction, a player needs to be named on 75 percent of the ballots submitted. In our survey, that required 15 votes out of 19 ballots. Here's how the voting breakdown went, using ...
"Hall of Fame voting grid"
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