Eddie Murray finished with over 500 home runs and 3,000 hits. Good enough for the Hall? Gary Carter hit 324 home runs and was a Gold Glove catcher. Good enough for the Hall? Bert Blyleven won 287 games and has the fifth-most strikeouts in history. Good enough for the Hall? We gave you the chance to play baseball writer and vote for the players you think should be enshrined in baseball's Hall of Fame. Just like the writers who actually vote, you were limited to a maximum of 10 players to pick on your ballot. Players need to receive 75 percent of the vote to make the Hall; below are the results from around SportsNation.
Thank you for voting. See below to see who SportsNation thinks should head to Cooperstown. Remember, on the official ballot, players need to get at least 75 percent of the vote to get elected. (Players with 75 percent of the vote are in bold.)