Updated: Jan 9, 2007, 2:17 PM

Who should be in the Hall?

Another year, another class of Baseball Hall of Fame hopefuls and another year without Pete Rose. Who will enter Cooperstown's hallowed halls this time around?

In order for a player to be elected to the Hall of Fame, he must obtain votes on at least 75 percent of ballots cast from the Baseball Writers' Association of America. Candidates may remain on the ballot for a maximum of 15 years. A candidate must obtain votes on at least five percent of ballots cast to remain on the ballot.

We've listed all of the official candidates below. Check the names of those players you feel deserve to be in the Hall of Fame. Click on the names for career stats.

Can't believe another year has gone by? Check out how SportsNation voted last year.



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