For the second consecutive year, the Hall Of Fame ballot will be looked at, player by player, right here on i70baseball.
There are 37 names on this year’s Hall Of Fame ballot, with 24 of those players appearing for the first time. Dale Murphy, one of the thirteen hold overs from last year’s ballot, appears for his 15th and final time.
Below you will find the links to a brief run down of each of the candidates. Each page is a virtual baseball card providing the reader with a few lines of highlights of the player’s career, a banner photo of the player, a table of statistics from the player’s career, and two sections of opinion on Why He Should Get In and Why He Should Not Get In to the Hall Of Fame.
The twenty four new players on the ballot are featured in articles written this year while the hold overs were written in 2012. You can follow the links below to read about each candidate and their credentials for Cooperstown.
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