Barry Bonds Y Roger Clemens They lead the voting for the Hall of Fame’s contemporary committee, and it was announced this Monday who will be voted into this edition. Candidate must achieve 75% for immortality.
In addition to Bonds and Clemens, other former players who stand out include Rafael Palmero, Albert Peli, Don Mattingly, Fred McGriff, Dale Murphy and Curt Schilling. ticket.
A total of 16 members will exercise their right to vote to see who will be part of the Cooperstown Museum, including the immortals Chipper Jones, Greg Maddux, Jack Morris, Ryne Sandberg, Lee Smith, Frank Thomas and Alan Trammell; MLB executives Paul Peston, Theo Epstein, Arte Moreno and Kim Eng, Dave St. Pete and Ken Williams and historians Steve Hird, Levelle Neal and Susan Slusser.
The panel will vote next month on whether Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens are inducted into the Hall of Fame. pic.twitter.com/Xo29dtaL5k
—Bill Shaikin (@BillShaikin) November 28, 2022
It is good to point out that Bonds Y Clemens They had memorable major league careers, but their reputations were tarnished by the steroid era, which is why they lost the general Hall of Fame vote and went years without receiving the required 75% of their eligibility.
The person chosen in this poll will be elevated on July 23, along with anyone else selected in the BBWAA poll, the results of which will be announced on January 24.
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