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A-Rod, Beltran, Pettitte lose in HOF ballot

A-Rod, Beltran, Pettitte lost in HOF ballot

NEW YORK — This year’s National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum voting has named several fan favorites, who are in the Yankees The team spent part of their career pinstripes, but eligible voting members of the Baseball Writers Association of America didn’t put them anywhere near Cooperstown.

and 400 Ballot submitted, Scott Rolen (58.3%) is the only thing necessary to get Ballots for players

Induction required percentage. Todd Helton (58.2%) and Billy Wagner (68.1%) lags behind 292 Votes required.

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Three notable outfielders who spent part of their careers in New York rest just below Helton and Wagner: Andrew Jones (20.1%), Gary Sheffield(22 percent) and Carlos Beltran (35.5%). This marks Jones’ sixth time on the ballot, Sheffield’s ninth and Beltran’s first.

Voters are clearly weighing Beltran’s stellar performance 15 year career, played for seven teams (including 2004-10 Yankees) against his association with

The Astros hacking scandal led to the Mets firing him as their manager before he could fill out the roster card.

any position only One of the five players collected at least 300 doubles, 400 home run and 94 steals, with Willie Mays, Barry Bonds, Alex Rodriguez and Andre Dawson, Beltrán is the 2000 American League Rookie of the Year, nine-time All-Star, three-time Golden Glove Award and two-time Silver Medalist Slugger Award. He is currently an analyst for YES Network.
• Completed 2023 Hall of Fame voting results

One shot(. Got 3, , but still far below Hall inauguration in his second year of voting click, 696 home run and 2, 68 RBI exceeds 20 years of his career with the Mariners (696–) and Yankees (2001-10).

three-time MVP, – Time All Stars and-time Silver Slugger, Rodriguez’s statistical accomplishments alone are enough to place him in the top ranks of Cooperstown’s talent. However, his candidacy was tainted by performance-enhancing drug use, including 115 – the suspension cost him the entire 2001 season- — the longest such fine imposed by Major League Baseball to date.

install Di Petit (15 percent, fifth year) and Bobby Abreu (. First-year candidate Jacoby Ellsbury did not receive the requisite 5 percent of the vote.

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