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Thread: The 2020 Baseball HOF Ballot

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    The 2020 Baseball HOF Ballot

    Here are the names of the players on the HOF Ballot this year. Who gets your vote?

    Bobby Abreu
    Josh Beckett
    Heath Bell
    Barry Bonds
    Eric Chavez
    Roger Clemens
    Adam Dunn
    Chone Figgins
    Rafael Furcal
    Jason Giambi
    Todd Helton
    Raul Ibanez
    Derek Jeter
    Andruw Jones
    Jeff Kent
    Paul Konerko
    Cliff Lee
    Carlos Pena
    Brad Penny
    Andy Pettitte
    J.J. Putz
    Manny Ramirez
    Brian Roberts
    Scott Rolen
    Curt Schilling
    Gary Sheffield
    Alfonso Soriano
    Sammy Sosa
    Jose Valverde
    Omar Vizquel
    Billy Wagner
    Larry Walker

    I would only vote for two -- Jeter & Schilling.

    Although with the inclusion of Bagwell and Pudge a couple of years ago, it feels like the steroid era folks are going to start getting in, so if I had a couple drinks and was in a good mood, I would add Clemens and Bonds to my ballot.
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    I think Pettitte deserves a vote too
    Jack
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    I think Pettitte deserves a vote too
    Jack
    Can't argue the potential for Pettite, but he admitted to steroid use, so he is caught in purgatory.
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    Jeter would be my only for-sure vote, but I'd probably vote for Larry Walker too.
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    Only two....Jeter and Bonds. Best regards, David PS he was great before the drugs and even if u have a different room for the users.
    Last edited by David K.; 11-18-2019 at 09:33 PM.
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    I'm a medium-big Hall Guy whose agnostic on steroids, so if I had a vote, I'd go for:

    Bobby Abreu
    Barry Bonds
    Roger Clemens
    Todd Helton
    Derek Jeter
    Manny Ramirez
    Scott Rolen
    Curt Schilling
    Larry Walker

    Would give serious thought to Pettitte or Sosa for the last spot on my ballot.

    Seems a lot easier to vote with so many guys getting in last time and only Jeter being a no-doubter added this time...

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    Wow. I don't see anyone worthy of the Hall except for Jeter. Maybe Schilling
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    Jeter. Maybe Helton.
    Don Money AKA Chris B.

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    I don't know about the steroids issue. Or who deserves to be a first ballet HOF. But I think eventually it would be these:

    Barry Bonds
    Roger Clemens
    Derek Jeter
    Manny Ramirez
    Sammy Sosa

    If I missed a 300 game winner or a 500 home run hitter they should always make it. Did McGuire ever get on?

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    Mark McGwire....Hasn't make it .... its up to the Veteran's committee..........He was the batting coach for the Cardinals back in 2011....
    Last edited by David K.; 11-21-2019 at 09:32 PM.
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    For sure Jeter, first ballot. My 2 best friends and I went to Cooperstown this past June, I am very anti steroids, especially now! I agree Bonds would have been great without, as McGwire would have too!

    Blessings,

    Kevin
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    We'll find out......
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