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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Hall of Fame Ballot Gathering Machine

HOF % Leaderboard through 138 Full BBWAA Ballots…

93.4 - Alomar
79.7 - Blyleven
66.6 - Larkin
49.2 - J. Morris
47.1 - Raines
40.6 - Bagwell
39.1 - L. Smith
31.9 - Edgar Martinez
26.8 - Trammell
19.6 - McGwire
16.6 - McGriff
13.8 - L.Walker
12.3 - Palmeiro
. 8.7 - D. Murphy
. 5.8 - Mattingly
. 5.1 - D. Parker
. 4.3 - Baines
. 2.9 - K. Brown
. 2.2 - Juan Gone
. 2.2 - John Franco
. 0.7 - Tino
. 0.7 - Olerud (!)
. 0.7 - Surhoff
. 0.7 - Pete Rose (Write-in)


Top Partial Ballot Leaders… (162 Full/Partials)

136 - Alomar
124 - Blyleven

 

And thanks to icho1977 on the Twitter front and Pete L. with updates!

 

Repoz Posted: December 29, 2010 at 12:34 AM | 301 comment(s) Login to Bookmark
  Tags: hall of fame, history, sabermetrics, steroids

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   301. SoSH U at work Posted: January 05, 2011 at 09:06 PM (#3724267)
Morris didn't do as well as we all feared he would.


Not all of us.
   302. Jick Posted: January 05, 2011 at 10:37 PM (#3724350)
Fair enough.

Still, he only went up 1.2%.
   303. icho1977 Posted: January 09, 2011 at 12:37 AM (#3726641)
Repoz and Pete L,

Thanks for this season of the Hall of Fame, in search of the writers of the BBWAA ballots.As we knew Alomar and Blyleven entered the Hall of Fame. Then I found these ballots of some writers who publishes its votes.

Mark Zuckerman: Alomar, Bagwell, Larkin, Raines and Walker.
Roger Mooney: Alomar, Blyleven, Larkin, Martinez, McGriff, Morris, Murphy, Raines, Smith and Trammell.
Sean McAdam: Alomar.
Paul Gutierrez: Blyleven, Alomar, Martinez, Smith and Raines.
Mike Nadel: Alomar, Morris and Blyleven.
Gerry Fraley: Alomar, Bagwell, Blyleven, Martinez, Morris, Murphy and Trammell.
John Fay: Alomar, Blyleven, Larkin, Bagwell, Martinez, McGriff, Raines, Smith and Walker.
Bob Smizik: Alomar, Palmeiro, Bagwell and McGwire.
Bruce Jenkins: Alomar, McGwire, Blyleven, Parker, Morris, Mattingly, Larkin and Martinez.
Scott Gregor: Alomar, Blyleven, Larkin and Smith.
Thom Loverro: Alomar, Blyleven, Larkin, Morris, Bagwell, McGriff, Murphy, Trammell and Baines.
Dennis Semrau: Alomar, Bagwell, Blyleven, Larkin, Martinez, Mattingly, Morris, Raines, Smith and Walker.
John Romano: Alomar, Bagwell, Blyleven, Larkin, McGriff and Raines.
Randy Miller: Alomar.
Steve Aschburner: Blyleven, Alomar, Morris, Raines, Smith, Trammell and Larkin.
Jim Alexander: Alomar, Bagwell, Lartkin, Martinez, Morris, Parker, Raines, Smith and Trammell.

The Hall of Fame 2012, these are the 10 questions or arguments.

1-Barry Larkin became the 62.1%, believe that it is the only elected by 2012.

2-Jack Morris, with the 53.5%, your goal should be reached 65% when come 2013 steroids ballot, can enter Biggio.

3-Lee Smith, 45.3%, good elente exc opportunity to reach 50%, as no major figures on the ballot, only Bernie Williams, you achieve this, and be the bridge for 4 years.

4-Jeff Bagwell, 41.7, I am sure that came and dara a large leap year, 52% of the vote. When Biggio have question time in 2013, reached 60% of the vote.

5-Tim Raines, continues to rise as the foam reached 37.5% their goal will be 45%, reached?

6-Alan Trammell, by what I see happened 15 years on the ballot, unless done a campaign as the Raines.

7-Larry Walker, I see a good start, and it is a surprise for me, I believe the voters began to look at it another way, I think that you winning by less 50 new votes.

8-Mark McGwire had the hunch that it would increase for all their statements but not, and the new voter this year were almost 32 not supported him, however it will take the 2013.

9-Fred McGriff, bulging ballot by many writers left vote for Eastern year, but win a substantial amount of votes by 2012.

10-To be elected Blyleven and Alomar, to remain outside Baines and franco 5% and Parker finish periclo 15 years, and the percentage that exists that for every 100 ballots of the writers there are 15 who vote by 10 spaces available, I think that there will be an argument of votes in each of the previously mentioned 9 included McGwire.

As new known the BBWWA writers who vote for the next year have to mention a few: Marcus Breton (Sacramento Bee); Tim Kawakami (San Jose Mercury News); Doug Padilla (ESPN-Chicago Sox); Rob Biertempfel (Tribune Review); Troy Renck (Denver Post), and Steve Simmons (Toronto Sun).

Pete and Repoz, if I escaped any ballot mising??
   304. Repoz Posted: January 09, 2011 at 04:03 AM (#3726732)
if I escaped any ballot mising??

Also

Dan Barreiro: Blyleven - Alomar - Morris - L. Smith
Peter Kerasotis: Blyleven - Alomar - Larkin
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