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Hall of Fame ballot for the 2012

Here's the Hall of Fame ballot for the 2012 class:

Newcomers
Jeromy Burnitz
Vinny Castilla
Brian Jordan
Javy Lopez
Bill Mueller
Terry Mulholland
Phil Nevin
Brad Radke
Tim Salmon
Ruben Sierra
Bernie Williams
Tony Womack
Eric Young

Holdovers (with votes received last year and number of years on the ballot)
Jeff Bagwell 242 (41.7%), 1
Juan Gonzalez 30 (5.2%), 1
Barry Larkin 361 (62.1%), 2
Edgar Martinez 191 (32.9%), 2
Don Mattingly 79 (13.6%), 11
Fred McGriff 104 (17.9%), 2
Mark McGwire 115 (19.8%), 5
Jack Morris 311 (53.5%), 12
Dale Murphy 73 (12.6%), 13
Rafael Palmeiro 64 (11.0%), 1
Tim Raines 218 (37.5%), 4
Lee Smith 263 (43.5%), 9
Alan Trammell 141 (24.3%), 10
Larry Walker 118 (20.3%), 1

Notes: 75 percent of the votes are required for enshrinement. Results will be announced on Jan 9. Writers with 10 or more consecutive years’ of experience make up the electorate, which must return ballots by a Dec. 31 postmark.

By The Baseball Page
Wednesday, 30 Nov 2011

 

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Bernie Williams (New York Yankees), Bill Mueller, Brad Radke, Brian Jordan, Eric Young, Javy Lopez, Jeromy Burnitz, Phil Nevin, Ruben Sierra, Terry Mulholland, Tim Salmon, Tony Womack, Vinny Castilla

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