No logic in Hall of Fame voting
Baseball Hall of Fame voting is kind of like Tiger Woods: the more you try to analyze it, the less sense it makes.
For example, Jim Rice received 29.8 percent of the vote his first year on the ballot. His support slowly increased, and in his 15th and final year he received 76.4 percent and was elected. Don Mattingly -- similar in many regards to Rice: played for a big-market team, won an MVP award, never won a World Series -- started about the same place as Rice, with ...
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