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Not that I think anybody could give you good guesstimates of the chance of election without a model
Morris likely gets 75%+ of the vote then, right? I would think voters who are willing to reveal their ballots or are still active writers with a place to publish their ballots would be less likely to vote for Morris than the average voter.
Morris in lead with 72.4%
Morris, Bonds, Clemens, or Biggio?
Of course he is. At what point does the BBWAA get their car keys taken from them?
The one thing Cooperstown simply cannot have is a summer without an induction.
How is it even possible that there are like 20 more qualified players on this ballot than Jack Morris and he's likely to get the first or second most votes? What a joke.
I've already drifted away from the game significantly over the past year or so (this is my first post here in like 2 months); if that were to happen (20th-best player on the ballot is the only one elected), I am totally the f gone, for good. It would be the most preposterous election result in any sport, ever.
Rose didn't damage the legitimacy of the HoF
The exclusion of Whitaker and Grich and even Santo didn't damage the HoF
The inclusion of ridiculous VC selections and Jim Rice and Tony Perez and Bruce Sutter and Catfish Hunter and eventually Jack Morris didn't damage the HoF
The discovery of the real Kirby Puckett, the coke-using Jenkins and Molitor, and all the racists and scoundrels didn't damage the HoF.
they can stick with their long-serving election rules and let the BBWAA take the heat
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