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But seriously I read it as Chass being disingenuous and deliberately misleading by saying he didn't vote for Molitor rather than saying he couldn't vote for Molitor because the NYT wouldn't let him vote for the Hall.
I read it the same way. Unless Chass actually DID vote when Molitor was eligible, then Chass using the wording "didn't vote for" rather than "wouldn't have voted for" was disingenuous.
2009 HOF Ballot J. Morris, R. Henderson, Jim Rice
2010 HOF Ballot J. Morris, Dawson, Blyleven, Larkin, Alomar, E. Martinez.
2011 HOF Ballot J. Morris & Bagwell
Except for the first time I voted 40 years ago, I have annually voted for only a few candidates, the best of the best, in my opinion.
Jack Morris, of course!
So, 9 players, four of them weak HOFers.
It is weird that he didn't vote for Bagwell or Martinez this year after voting for them previously, it's not like his ballot is maxed out.
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