Updated: Nov 28, 2011, 3:41 PM

Vote: Re-thinking the Baseball HOF

Marshawn Lynch Would you bring change to Cooperstown?

With a new labor deal in place in Major League Baseball, two of the most debated aspects of the game - playoff format and instant replay - will soon have a new look. Perhaps it is time the Hall of Fame follows suit?

ESPN.com's experts have come together to re-think baseball's most hallowed institution and offer up some suggestions for adapting to the explosive growth the game has seen since the Hall opened its doors in 1939 in Cooperstown, N.Y.

Should the 75 percent threshold for votes needed for induction be lowered? Should candidates be allowed to remain on the ballot for 15 years? Cast your votes below!


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