Ballot Check-In #3

We at MussinaHOF.com hope you and your family had a great holiday, and wish your 2016 comes to a close with a bang. It’s time for another ballot check-in, as Ryan Thibodaux’s tracker now has 122 votes accounted for. This time, rather than doing positives and negatives, we’re going to break things down Q&A style. First things first:…

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Ballot Check-In #2

Another batch of votes has come into Ryan Thibodaux’s tracker, so it’s time for a check on the status of the 2017 Hall of Fame Ballot. As usual, I’m going to break this down into positives and negatives. Positives:  More votes for Moose: When we last checked in, Mike Mussina had flipped three 2016 no…

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Does Bud Selig’s HOF election portend a change in HOF voting?

Senseless to keep steroid guys out when the enablers are in Hall of Fame. I now will hold my nose and vote for players I believe cheated. — Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) December 4, 2016 The commissioner who oversaw baseball’s steroid era will be inducted into the Hall of Fame next summer. Players such as Barry Bonds,…

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Ballot Check-in 12/5: Positives and Negatives

It’s very, very early in the 2017 Hall of Fame ballot reveal process. Early enough that some of what we see we can’t get excited over. But that still leaves some things we can get excited about—and alternatively, some things we can be bummed about. So far, Ryan Thibodaux has collected 16 public and two anonymous…

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Finding New Votes for Mike Mussina

Last year, 309 out of 440 voters made their HOF votes public. Out of these, 149 (48.2%) voted for the full contingent of 10 candidates.  If Mike Mussina is going to continue to pick up momentum for election these are the voters to keep an eye on when they publish their ballots. Here’s a breakdown…

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