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Only 5 currently-active players have ever hit .400 over a 60-game stretch: Joey Votto, Jose Altuve, Miguel Cabrera, Albert Pujols, Andrew McCutchen (and the recently retired Ichiro)

2020.06.28 03:03 JamminOnTheOne Only 5 currently-active players have ever hit .400 over a 60-game stretch: Joey Votto, Jose Altuve, Miguel Cabrera, Albert Pujols, Andrew McCutchen (and the recently retired Ichiro)

I read an article that mentioned that Votto is one of only five active players to hit .400 over a 60-game stretch, and that number seemed surprisingly low to me, so I had to fact check it. It turns out to be true. I had the impression that guys hit .400 over short stretches more frequently, but that idea is left over from the Steroid Era, and it's not the case in the Statcast Era. So while a shortened 2020 makes it possible, it's still highly unlikely.
Here are all the players who've had at least one 60-game stretch hitting .400 since 1990 (for each player, it's their career-best 60-gamer by BA):
Player Start Date End Date H/AB BA
Ichiro Suzuki 2004-06-30 2004-09-04 121/265 .4566
Larry Walker 1998-08-12 1999-05-21 89/203 .4384
Tony Fernandez 1999-04-12 1999-06-21 95/220 .4318
Andres Galarraga 1992-08-30 1993-06-19 94/218 .4312
Frank Thomas 1994-05-07 1994-07-12 88/206 .4272
Tony Gwynn 1993-08-01 1994-05-14 102/239 .4268
Johnny Damon 2000-07-09 2000-09-12 111/261 .4253
Josh Hamilton 2010-06-04 2010-08-13 99/233 .4249
Barry Bonds 2002-07-07 2002-09-24 71/168 .4226
Nomar Garciaparra 2000-05-30 2000-08-05 97/231 .4199
Chipper Jones 2008-03-30 2008-06-11 93/222 .4189
Chone Figgins 2007-05-31 2007-08-10 104/249 .4177
John Olerud 1993-04-18 1993-06-22 86/206 .4175
Magglio Ordonez 2007-04-17 2007-06-25 94/226 .4159
Joey Votto 2016-07-15 2016-09-19 89/214 .4159
Jose Altuve 2017-05-27 2017-08-06 101/243 .4156
Manny Ramirez 2008-08-26 2009-04-30 86/207 .4155
Joe Mauer 2006-04-21 2006-07-05 95/229 .4148
Todd Helton 2000-06-28 2000-08-28 91/220 .4136
Alex Rodriguez 1996-07-09 1996-09-12 102/247 .4130
Carlos Delgado 2000-05-28 2000-08-03 82/199 .4121
Gregg Jefferies 1993-06-01 1993-08-20 96/235 .4085
Derrek Lee 2005-04-17 2005-06-23 92/226 .4071
Jeff Bagwell 1994-05-28 1994-08-05 91/224 .4063
Miguel Cabrera 2011-08-12 2012-04-11 84/207 .4058
Paul O'Neill 1993-08-31 1994-05-25 83/205 .4049
Don Slaught 1991-08-31 1992-06-28 72/178 .4045
Albert Pujols 2003-04-22 2003-06-26 95/235 .4043
Andrew McCutchen 2012-05-26 2012-08-03 91/226 .4027
Ken Griffey 1991-07-16 1991-09-24 93/231 .4026
Chuck Knoblauch 1996-05-21 1996-07-25 90/224 .4018
Roberto Alomar 1996-04-03 1996-06-12 96/239 .4017
George Brett 1990-07-16 1990-09-22 95/237 .4008
Vladimir Guerrero 1999-09-13 2000-05-21 90/225 .4000
Will Clark 1993-10-01 1994-06-10 90/225 .4000
Dmitri Young 2007-05-06 2007-07-20 82/205 .4000
Mostly great players, with the occasional Don Slaught or Gregg Jefferies thrown in.
Fun fact: Tony Gwynn had 78 sixty-game stretches where he hit .400 or better (many of those are overlapping; he spent most of 1993-1997 in .400-hitting stretches) since 1990. Ichiro had 64 such stretches. But the leader in this category (since 1990) is Larry Walker, with 88 such stretches.
Source: Retrosheet data. Specfically the retrosheet daily logs in the postgres docker image from Boxball. My code is here.
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2019.06.29 20:54 Steelers-Football-43 (Updated) List of best players at each position in DD

Date: (6/29)
I made a list of the best players at each position for DD. I did not account for secondary position. Also for the outfield since all of them can play anywhere in the field, I decided to just rank the top 9. Also for the OF, I think u could switch a lot of spots based on if u want more speed, power, fielding, etc. I did not account for created players either due to the fact they could be placed over many players at each position. I see a lot of questions asking who the best players are so I hope this will help. I’d like to know what u guys would change in the list or just in general how accurate you think it is.
MLB the show rankings
1B 1: frank Thomas 2: Willie McCovey 3: Joey Votto
2B 1: Roberto Alomar 2: Joe Morgan / Rogers Hornsby / Ryne Sandberg
SS 1: Cal Ripken Jr. 2: Omar Vizquel 3: Michael Young
3B 1a: George Brett 1b: Wade Boggs 2: Matt Williams 3: Brooks Robinson
C 1: Ivan Rodriguez 2: Gary Carter 3: Yadier Molina
OF 1: Willie Mays 2: Tony Gwynn 3: Rickey Henderson 4: Duke Snider 5: Ichiro Suzuki 6: Andrew McCutchen 7: Adam Jones 8: Mike Trout 9: Cody Bellinger
SP 1: Clayton Kershaw 2: Lefty Grove 3: Nolan Ryan 4: Bert Blyleven 5: No clear cut #5 (to many just decent pitchers) (possibly Greinke)
Bullpen
R 1: Kenley Janson 2: Eric Gagne 3: Rich Gossage 4: Trevor Hoffman 5: Dennis Eckersley
L 1: Billy Wagner 2: Zack Britton 3: Aroldis Chapman
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2019.04.17 06:00 BearDownGoCats 2019 Series 2 Wishlist/Request List

Not sure whether the Series 2 card list is set or still being worked on but I wanted to create a post to request some players/cards.
I know that Series 2 won't be an "All-Star" set like years passed, but I think the Clutch Team hinted that there may be some legends from the host city (Cleveland) and I know there's at least one Clutch manager out there who's a Cleveland fan. With that said, I'd like to see these members of the Tribe:
Jim Thome
Bob Feller
Roberto Alomar
Omar Vizquel (NEED THIS DOUBLE PLAY TANDEM)
Mike Hargrove (Manager Card)
Kenny Lofton
Keeping with the host city theme (and because it's the 30th anniversary of Major League), I'd love to see some aptly named strat cards. I know strategy cards are kind of a complicated topic (can't be too strong, have to have a "cost" for playing them, can't be too specific so as to be somewhat appealing/functional, etc.) so I won't go too far with text/effects of the cards and instead I'll just recommend names and general ideas/concepts.
"Give 'em the Heater" [defense] - something to do with either adding to a pitch; or changing an out to a K; could be counter-balanced by somehow risking a HR; some bonus effect for K icon. [I know, I know, this quote is from Major League II, not the original]
"Jobu's Rum" [offense] - something to do with adding to a swing; could be counter-balanced by changing result(s) to a K; or, perhaps could be something you play in response to defense subtracting from a swing; some bonus effect for HR icon.
"Hit Like Mays, Run Like Hayes" [offense] - basic concept, add to swing, if batter reaches base, speed increases on all extra base and stolen base attempts for the rest of the game; bonus icon for SL, SB, RBI, R icons.
"Back to the Minors" [neutral] - subtract from any roll that involves a player with less than a certain salary value (think guys who "punt" positions).
General additional player requests:
I think the Clutch Team indicated that Series 2 will also include guys who changed teams after the cutoff date for production. I figure this is how we'll get Harper and Machado. I assume there will also be general additions of new, first-time Clutch guys too. Here are some more requests:
Mariano Rivera (with Sean being an NYY fan I'm honestly flabbergasted that we still haven't see Mo's Clutch debut)
DJ LeMahieu (for that GG icon)
Tyler White (went on a tear late 2017)
Tony Kemp (Houston bias, I know, I know)

Any more players or Cleveland legends that other managers want to see?
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2017.10.06 17:59 BaseballBot [Serious] Next Day Thread: 2017 ALDS Game 1B - The Cleveland Indians defeat the New York Yankees 4-0

Next Day threads are for more serious discussion and analysis about the game. Jokes, memes, and other low effort comments will be removed. If you see comments along those lines, please report them. Thanks.

Yankees (0-0) @ Indians (0-0)

First Pitch: 7:30 PM ET at Progressive Field
Pitcher TV Radio
Yankees Sonny Gray (10-12, 3.55 ERA) FS1 WFAN 660/101.9 FM, ESPN Radio
Indians Trevor Bauer (17-9, 4.19 ERA) FS1 WMMS 100.7, Indians Radio Network, ESPN Radio, WTAM 1100
MLB Fangraphs Brooks Baseball Reddit Stream IRC Chat
Gameday Game Graph Strikezone Map Live Comments Freenode: #reddit-baseball

Line Score - Final

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
NYY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
CLE 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 x 4 5 0

Box Score

CLE AB R H RBI BB SO BA NYY AB R H RBI BB SO BA
SS Lindor 2 0 0 0 2 2 .000 LF Gardner 3 0 0 0 1 0 .000
CF Kipnis 4 0 0 0 0 0 .000 RF Judge 4 0 0 0 0 4 .000
CF Allen, G 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 C Sanchez, G 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000
2B Ramirez, Js 4 1 1 0 0 1 .250 SS Gregorius 4 0 0 0 0 2 .000
DH Encarnacion 3 1 0 0 1 0 .000 2B Castro, S 4 0 2 0 0 0 .500
RF Bruce 3 2 2 3 0 1 .667 1B Bird 3 0 0 0 1 2 .000
1B Santana 3 0 1 0 1 1 .333 3B Frazier, T 3 0 0 0 0 2 .000
LF Chisenhall 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 DH Headley 2 0 0 0 1 1 .000
PH-LF Jackson, A 2 0 0 0 0 2 .000 CF Hicks 3 0 1 0 0 2 .333
C Perez 2 0 0 0 2 1 .000
3B Urshela 3 0 1 0 0 1 .333
CLE IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA NYY IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Bauer 6.2 2 0 0 1 8 98-62 0.00 Gray 3.1 3 3 3 4 2 73-40 8.10
Miller 1.0 0 0 0 2 3 30-18 0.00 Warren 1.0 2 1 1 0 1 22-13 9.00
Allen, C 1.1 1 0 0 0 3 20-16 0.00 Garcia, J 2.2 0 0 0 2 3 44-26 0.00

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
2 Roberto Perez grounds into a double play, shortstop Didi Gregorius to second baseman Starlin Castro to first baseman Greg Bird. Jay Bruce scores. Carlos Santana to 3rd. Lonnie Chisenhall out at 2nd. 1-0
4 Jay Bruce homers (1) on a fly ball to right field. Edwin Encarnacion scores. 3-0
5 Jay Bruce out on a sacrifice fly to center fielder Aaron Hicks. Jose Ramirez scores. 4-0

Highlights

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher
Trevor Bauer (18-9, 4.19) Sonny Gray (10-13, 3.55)
Game ended at 11:08 PM EDT.
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2017.10.06 05:10 Yankeebot POST GAME THREAD: Yankees (0-1) @ Indians (1-0) - October 05, 2017

Game Info Links
First Pitch: 07:30 PM [email protected] Progressive Field Gameday
Weather: Clear, 67 F, Wind 1mph L To R Game Graph
TV: FS1, FS1 Strikezone Map
Radio: WMMS 100.7, Indians Radio Network, ESPN Radio, WTAM 1100, WFAN 660/101.9 FM, ESPN Radio Notes: Away, Home
Yankees Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA Indians Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA
Gardner LF 3 0 0 0 1 0 .000 Lindor SS 2 0 0 0 2 2 .000
Judge RF 4 0 0 0 0 4 .000 Kipnis CF 4 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Sanchez, G C 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000 Allen, G CF 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Gregorius SS 4 0 0 0 0 2 .000 Ramirez, Js 2B 4 1 1 0 0 1 .250
Castro, S 2B 4 0 2 0 0 0 .500 Encarnacion DH 3 1 0 0 1 0 .000
Bird 1B 3 0 0 0 1 2 .000 Bruce RF 3 2 2 3 0 1 .667
Frazier, T 3B 3 0 0 0 0 2 .000 Santana 1B 3 0 1 0 1 1 .333
Headley DH 2 0 0 0 1 1 .000 Chisenhall LF 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Hicks CF 3 0 1 0 0 2 .333 Jackson, A PH-LF 2 0 0 0 0 2 .000
Perez C 2 0 0 0 2 1 .000
Urshela 3B 3 0 1 0 0 1 .333
Yankees IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA Indians IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Gray 3.1 3 3 3 4 2 73-40 8.10 Bauer 6.2 2 0 0 1 8 98-62 0.00
Warren 1.0 2 1 1 0 1 22-13 9.00 Miller 1.0 0 0 0 2 3 30-18 0.00
Garcia, J 2.2 0 0 0 2 3 44-26 0.00 Allen, C 1.1 1 0 0 0 3 20-16 0.00
Betances 1.0 0 0 0 0 3 11-10 0.00
Linescore 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Yankees 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
Indians 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 4 5 0
Inning Scoring Play Description Score
Bottom 2 Roberto Perez grounds into a double play, shortstop Didi Gregorius to second baseman Starlin Castro to first baseman Greg Bird. Jay Bruce scores. Carlos Santana to 3rd. Lonnie Chisenhall out at 2nd. 1-0
Bottom 4 Jay Bruce homers (1) on a fly ball to right field. Edwin Encarnacion scores. 3-0
Bottom 5 Jay Bruce out on a sacrifice fly to center fielder Aaron Hicks. Jose Ramirez scores. 4-0
Team Highlight
CLE Indians starters announced
CLE Posey sings the national anthem
CLE Alomar throws out first pitch
CLE Bruce's two-run home run
CLE Bauer K's eight over 6 2/3
CLE Bauer strikes out Judge
CLE Bruce comes home to open scoring

FINAL: 4-0 Indians

Decisions
Yankees Gray (L, 0-1)
Indians Bauer (W, 1-0) Allen, C (S, 1)
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2017.10.06 05:06 BaseballBot [Post Game Thread] 2017 ALDS Game 1B: The Cleveland Indians defeat the New York Yankees 4-0

Yankees (0-0) @ Indians (0-0)

First Pitch: 7:30 PM ET at Progressive Field
Pitcher TV Radio
Yankees Sonny Gray (10-12, 3.55 ERA) FS1 WFAN 660/101.9 FM, ESPN Radio
Indians Trevor Bauer (17-9, 4.19 ERA) FS1 WMMS 100.7, Indians Radio Network, ESPN Radio, WTAM 1100
MLB Fangraphs Brooks Baseball Reddit Stream IRC Chat
Gameday Game Graph Strikezone Map Live Comments Freenode: #reddit-baseball

Line Score - Final

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
NYY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
CLE 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 x 4 5 0

Box Score

CLE AB R H RBI BB SO BA NYY AB R H RBI BB SO BA
SS Lindor 2 0 0 0 2 2 .000 LF Gardner 3 0 0 0 1 0 .000
CF Kipnis 4 0 0 0 0 0 .000 RF Judge 4 0 0 0 0 4 .000
CF Allen, G 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 C Sanchez, G 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000
2B Ramirez, Js 4 1 1 0 0 1 .250 SS Gregorius 4 0 0 0 0 2 .000
DH Encarnacion 3 1 0 0 1 0 .000 2B Castro, S 4 0 2 0 0 0 .500
RF Bruce 3 2 2 3 0 1 .667 1B Bird 3 0 0 0 1 2 .000
1B Santana 3 0 1 0 1 1 .333 3B Frazier, T 3 0 0 0 0 2 .000
LF Chisenhall 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 DH Headley 2 0 0 0 1 1 .000
PH-LF Jackson, A 2 0 0 0 0 2 .000 CF Hicks 3 0 1 0 0 2 .333
C Perez 2 0 0 0 2 1 .000
3B Urshela 3 0 1 0 0 1 .333
CLE IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA NYY IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Bauer 6.2 2 0 0 1 8 98-62 0.00 Gray 3.1 3 3 3 4 2 73-40 8.10
Miller 1.0 0 0 0 2 3 30-18 0.00 Warren 1.0 2 1 1 0 1 22-13 9.00
Allen, C 1.1 1 0 0 0 3 20-16 0.00 Garcia, J 2.2 0 0 0 2 3 44-26 0.00

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
2 Roberto Perez grounds into a double play, shortstop Didi Gregorius to second baseman Starlin Castro to first baseman Greg Bird. Jay Bruce scores. Carlos Santana to 3rd. Lonnie Chisenhall out at 2nd. 1-0
4 Jay Bruce homers (1) on a fly ball to right field. Edwin Encarnacion scores. 3-0
5 Jay Bruce out on a sacrifice fly to center fielder Aaron Hicks. Jose Ramirez scores. 4-0

Highlights

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher
Trevor Bauer (18-9, 4.19) Sonny Gray (10-13, 3.55)
Game ended at 11:08 PM EDT.
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2017.10.06 00:40 BaseballBot Game Thread: ALDS Game 1 ⚾ Yankees (0-0) @ Indians (0-0) - 7:38 PM ET

Yankees (0-0) @ Indians (0-0)

First Pitch: 7:30 PM ET at Progressive Field
Pitcher TV Radio
Yankees Sonny Gray (10-12, 3.55 ERA) FS1 WFAN 660/101.9 FM, ESPN Radio
Indians Trevor Bauer (17-9, 4.19 ERA) FS1 WMMS 100.7, Indians Radio Network, ESPN Radio, WTAM 1100
MLB Fangraphs Brooks Baseball Reddit Stream IRC Chat
Gameday Game Graph Strikezone Map Live Comments Freenode: #reddit-baseball

Line Score - Final

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
NYY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
CLE 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 x 4 5 0

Box Score

CLE AB R H RBI BB SO BA NYY AB R H RBI BB SO BA
SS Lindor 2 0 0 0 2 2 .000 LF Gardner 3 0 0 0 1 0 .000
CF Kipnis 4 0 0 0 0 0 .000 RF Judge 4 0 0 0 0 4 .000
CF Allen, G 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 C Sanchez, G 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000
2B Ramirez, Js 4 1 1 0 0 1 .250 SS Gregorius 4 0 0 0 0 2 .000
DH Encarnacion 3 1 0 0 1 0 .000 2B Castro, S 4 0 2 0 0 0 .500
RF Bruce 3 2 2 3 0 1 .667 1B Bird 3 0 0 0 1 2 .000
1B Santana 3 0 1 0 1 1 .333 3B Frazier, T 3 0 0 0 0 2 .000
LF Chisenhall 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 DH Headley 2 0 0 0 1 1 .000
PH-LF Jackson, A 2 0 0 0 0 2 .000 CF Hicks 3 0 1 0 0 2 .333
C Perez 2 0 0 0 2 1 .000
3B Urshela 3 0 1 0 0 1 .333
CLE IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA NYY IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Bauer 6.2 2 0 0 1 8 98-62 0.00 Gray 3.1 3 3 3 4 2 73-40 8.10
Miller 1.0 0 0 0 2 3 30-18 0.00 Warren 1.0 2 1 1 0 1 22-13 9.00
Allen, C 1.1 1 0 0 0 3 20-16 0.00 Garcia, J 2.2 0 0 0 2 3 44-26 0.00

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
2 Roberto Perez grounds into a double play, shortstop Didi Gregorius to second baseman Starlin Castro to first baseman Greg Bird. Jay Bruce scores. Carlos Santana to 3rd. Lonnie Chisenhall out at 2nd. 1-0
4 Jay Bruce homers (1) on a fly ball to right field. Edwin Encarnacion scores. 3-0
5 Jay Bruce out on a sacrifice fly to center fielder Aaron Hicks. Jose Ramirez scores. 4-0

Highlights

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher
Trevor Bauer (18-9, 4.19) Sonny Gray (10-13, 3.55)
Game ended at 11:08 PM EDT.
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2017.10.06 00:35 CLEBot [Game Thread] Yankees (0-0) @ Indians (0-0) - October 5, 2017

First Pitch: 7:30 PM ET at Progressive Field
Pitcher TV Radio
Yankees Sonny Gray (10-12, 3.55 ERA) FS1 WFAN 660/101.9 FM, ESPN Radio
Indians Trevor Bauer (17-9, 4.19 ERA) FS1 WMMS 100.7, Indians Radio Network, ESPN Radio, WTAM 1100
Game Preview
Reddit Stream for this post
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Line Score - Final

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
NYY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
CLE 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 x 4 5 0

Box Score

CLE Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA
SS Lindor 2 0 0 0 2 2 .000
CF Kipnis 4 0 0 0 0 0 .000
CF Allen, G 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
2B Ramirez, Js 4 1 1 0 0 1 .250
DH Encarnacion 3 1 0 0 1 0 .000
RF Bruce 3 2 2 3 0 1 .667
1B Santana 3 0 1 0 1 1 .333
LF Chisenhall 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
PH-LF Jackson, A 2 0 0 0 0 2 .000
C Perez 2 0 0 0 2 1 .000
3B Urshela 3 0 1 0 0 1 .333
NYY Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA
LF Gardner 3 0 0 0 1 0 .000
RF Judge 4 0 0 0 0 4 .000
C Sanchez, G 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000
SS Gregorius 4 0 0 0 0 2 .000
2B Castro, S 4 0 2 0 0 0 .500
1B Bird 3 0 0 0 1 2 .000
3B Frazier, T 3 0 0 0 0 2 .000
DH Headley 2 0 0 0 1 1 .000
CF Hicks 3 0 1 0 0 2 .333
CLE IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Bauer 6.2 2 0 0 1 8 98-62 0.00
Miller 1.0 0 0 0 2 3 30-18 0.00
Allen, C 1.1 1 0 0 0 3 20-16 0.00
NYY IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Gray 3.1 3 3 3 4 2 73-40 8.10
Warren 1.0 2 1 1 0 1 22-13 9.00
Garcia, J 2.2 0 0 0 2 3 44-26 0.00
Betances 1.0 0 0 0 0 3 11-10 0.00

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
2 Roberto Perez grounds into a double play, shortstop Didi Gregorius to second baseman Starlin Castro to first baseman Greg Bird. Jay Bruce scores. Carlos Santana to 3rd. Lonnie Chisenhall out at 2nd. 1-0
4 Jay Bruce homers (1) on a fly ball to right field. Edwin Encarnacion scores. 3-0
5 Jay Bruce out on a sacrifice fly to center fielder Aaron Hicks. Jose Ramirez scores. 4-0

Highlights

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher
Trevor Bauer (18-9, 4.19) Sonny Gray (10-13, 3.55)
Game ended at 11:08 PM EDT.

Streams
Tracker MLB.com Game Graph
Game Notes Indians Yankees
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2017.10.05 22:34 Yankeebot GAME THREAD: Yankees (0-0) @ Indians (0-0) - October 05, 2017

Game Info Links
First Pitch: 07:30 PM [email protected] Progressive Field Gameday
Weather: Clear, 67 F, Wind 1mph L To R Game Graph
TV: FS1, FS1 Strikezone Map
Radio: WMMS 100.7, Indians Radio Network, ESPN Radio, WTAM 1100, WFAN 660/101.9 FM, ESPN Radio Notes: Away, Home
Yankees Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA Indians Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA
Gardner LF 3 0 0 0 1 0 .000 Lindor SS 2 0 0 0 2 2 .000
Judge RF 4 0 0 0 0 4 .000 Kipnis CF 4 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Sanchez, G C 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000 Allen, G CF 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Gregorius SS 4 0 0 0 0 2 .000 Ramirez, Js 2B 4 1 1 0 0 1 .250
Castro, S 2B 4 0 2 0 0 0 .500 Encarnacion DH 3 1 0 0 1 0 .000
Bird 1B 3 0 0 0 1 2 .000 Bruce RF 3 2 2 3 0 1 .667
Frazier, T 3B 3 0 0 0 0 2 .000 Santana 1B 3 0 1 0 1 1 .333
Headley DH 2 0 0 0 1 1 .000 Chisenhall LF 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Hicks CF 3 0 1 0 0 2 .333 Jackson, A PH-LF 2 0 0 0 0 2 .000
Perez C 2 0 0 0 2 1 .000
Urshela 3B 3 0 1 0 0 1 .333
Yankees IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA Indians IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Gray 3.1 3 3 3 4 2 73-40 8.10 Bauer 6.2 2 0 0 1 8 98-62 0.00
Warren 1.0 2 1 1 0 1 22-13 9.00 Miller 1.0 0 0 0 2 3 30-18 0.00
Garcia, J 2.2 0 0 0 2 3 44-26 0.00 Allen, C 1.1 1 0 0 0 3 20-16 0.00
Betances 1.0 0 0 0 0 3 11-10 0.00
Linescore 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Yankees 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
Indians 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 4 5 0
Inning Scoring Play Description Score
Bottom 2 Roberto Perez grounds into a double play, shortstop Didi Gregorius to second baseman Starlin Castro to first baseman Greg Bird. Jay Bruce scores. Carlos Santana to 3rd. Lonnie Chisenhall out at 2nd. 1-0
Bottom 4 Jay Bruce homers (1) on a fly ball to right field. Edwin Encarnacion scores. 3-0
Bottom 5 Jay Bruce out on a sacrifice fly to center fielder Aaron Hicks. Jose Ramirez scores. 4-0
Team Highlight
CLE Indians starters announced
CLE Posey sings the national anthem
CLE Alomar throws out first pitch
CLE Bruce's two-run home run
CLE Bauer K's eight over 6 2/3

FINAL: 4-0 Indians

Decisions
Yankees Gray (L, 0-1)
Indians Bauer (W, 1-0) Allen, C (S, 1)
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2017.09.17 09:29 Darkhelmet5527 Adopt a Prospect: Reddit Edition

Hello my fellow OOTPers at Reddit,
I saw this idea over on the official forums on the dynasty board, and thought that, with the OPs permission, it would be a fun idea to bring over here, so credit to OF user Krmarks for this idea and the specifics on how to build it.
The premise of this is just to create your own prospect for an upcoming draft. I will put them in, and we will follow their careers and see if they can be the next big thing. I will not be controlling any team, just simulating and updating an imgur album month by month to keep people up to date.
If you would like to enter, here is a link to a google spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ifINeZV8C4XOVMZzgOaAmyEiqxu17tU_zvCg4HS0vzc/edit?usp=sharing
Just make a copy, fill it out, and post it here. The rules for creating your player are on the spreadsheet.
This league will be starting in 1996, the beginning of the age of power baseball. Will your player be one who potentially challenges Griffey, McGwire, Sosa, and Bonds for the homerun challenge. Will your player be the pitcher who battles against the likes of the Smoltz/Glavine/Maddux rotation, or will they even start their own super rotation? There's only one way to find out...
For a bit of background, because the Amateur Draft during this year takes place in November, I had to simulate the 1995 season to get to the draft. To give a brief summary of that year, the Houston Astros defeated the New York Yankees 4 games to 1. To compare it to real life, the Indians lost in the ALCS and the Braves didn't even make the playoffs, finishing 2nd in the division to the New York Mets.
Batting wise, the league leader in Batting Average was 27 year old Mike Piazza who hit .379. Jim Thome led the league with 51 home runs and Jose Canseco hit in 155 RBIs.
On the pitching side, NL Cy Young Award winner Shane Reynolds, from the Houston Astros, put up an astounding 24-2 record with a 2.04 ERA and a 0.91 WHIP, leading the MLB in two of those three categories. The only of those three that he lost was the ERA race, which he lost to Braves pitcher, John Smoltz who compiled a 1.97 ERA. Hideo Nomo led the MLB in strikeouts with 314.
A lot of big names have their contracts expiring with names like Barry Bonds, Roberto Alomar, Ken Griffey Jr, Gary Sheffield, John Olerud, and Juan Gonzalez all potentially hitting Free Agency a week after this opening draft.
I will take probably 5-8 people depending on interest as this is my first time doing this so I don't want to get TOO overwhelmed, but if this is something you'd be interested in, feel free to make a prospect! Thanks!
EDIT: Player Submission is now closed, if I have already replied to you, your player is in it. Thanks everyone!
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2017.02.23 01:55 Thomas_Pizza Is there an unconscious, latent death wish common to all people? Is the “revenge steal” a real phenomenon? These are some of the questions raised by analyzing Pudge Rodriguez's defensive game logs from April and May of 1999.

In 1999 Pudge began the season by throwing out 17 of the first 20 runners who attempted to steal a base off of him, which is a ridiculous 85% Caught Stealing.

Brief context to illustrate Pudge's reputation and abilities entering the season:
1999 was his 9th season. Over his first 8 seasons he had established himself as the best catcher of his generation as far as throwing out runners, generally throwing out around 50%. He came into '99 having led the league in Caught Stealing% each of the last 3 seasons, with rates of 51%, 57%, and then 56%.
The league average CS rates in those 3 seasons were 30%, 33%, and then 31%.

Looking at those first 20 attempts against him in 1999 reveals some intriguingly unusual base running strategies.
Some attempts seem strategically suicidal, raising the question of whether or not humanity has an unconscious death wish, a concept which Freud theorized on and labeled the death drive.
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Safe vs. Out, Win vs. Loss: Are these so basic, so "yes or no" that intuitively and perhaps deeply unconsciously they are felt as metaphors for Life vs. Death?
And if humanity does have a death drive, might players and managers sometimes unconsciously or subconsciously be compelled to choose “Death” during a game, allowing them to (unconsciously) exercise their latent death wish but in an environment which is physically safe?
I'm not saying yes, but I am saying it would explain some things.
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Another unrelated but intriguing question raised by looking at Pudge's 17 for 20 caught stealing: Is the “revenge steal” a true phenomenon?
Summed up briefly, the “revenge steal" hypothesis states that reaching base on a HBP makes a player more likely to attempt a steal than he would have been if he had reached base another way.

Here is a chart of all the Steals and Caught Stealing during Pudge's 17 for 20 stretch at the start of the '99 season.

Notes:

  • Each link in the Date column takes you to the box score and detailed play-by-play from that game.
  • Immediately caught stealing means that after reaching base the runner was caught stealing while the next batter was still at the plate. It does not necessarily mean that it happened on the very first pitch to the next batter.
  • The listings which are in bold and say SAFE! are the only times a guy was safe.
  • Possible examples of humanity's compulsive death drive are highlighted with the phrase DEATH DRIVE in bold. Possible examples of the revenge steal are similarly highlighted.
    Note that I said possible examples, not definite ones.
    Also, if it's a reasonable (and usually low-risk) time to attempt a steal I'm not gonna label it a death drive. It's just for plays where it seems the runner almost wanted to get caught, or his manager wanted to end a rally.

Date Player Inning Outs Notes
4/5 Greg Jefferies 1st 1 Opening Day. Juan Encarnacion led off the season for Detroit with a HR, then Jefferies walked, then 2 batters later he tried to steal second. He was literally the first base runner of the season who could possibly attempt to steal a base off Pudge and he went for it. DEATH DRIVE.
4/5 Juan Encarnacion 3rd 0 Same game, 2 innings later, Encarnacion reached on an Error leading off the inning and was immediately caught stealing.
4/10 Tim Salmon 1st 2 Walked with 2 outs and nobody on base, immediately caught stealing.
4/18 A.J. Hinch 3rd 2 DEATH DRIVE by A's manager Art Howe. According to the play-by-play data, already losing 3-0 with 2 outs in the third inning, A's catcher A.J. Hinch, not known for his speed, got caught stealing on a pitchout on an 0-2 count! It went 2-4-3 so he didn't even get close enough to second base to try and dive in, he was like "Abort! Go back to first base!" The fact that the Rangers called a pitchout despite it being an apparently terrible time to hit and run suggests that the Rangers had either stolen a sign, or had recognized that Art Howe's latent death wish was overactive the last few days.
4/20 Chuck Knoblauch 1st 0 HBP leading off the game, immediately caught stealing. Possible REVENGE STEAL.
4/24 Matt Lawton 4th 0 SAFE!
4/24 Matt Lawton 4th 0 Two pitches later, like an absolute maniac, Lawton tried to steal third base and was out. DEATH DRIVE.
4/30 Roberto Alomar 1st 2 SAFE!
5/6 Jose Offerman 1st 0 Led off the bottom of the first inning with a single and was immediately caught stealing.
5/7 Shannon Stewart 4th 1 Bases-empty walk, immediately caught stealing. Note: Just one inning earlier Pudge had picked Carlos Delgado off of 3B...with runners on 2nd and 3rd and no outs(!!) which is a ridiculously bad time to get picked off.
5/8 Pat Kelly 7th 2 Reached on a fielder's choice with 1 out and attempted to steal 2B two batters later. And on the pitch right before Kelly was caught stealing, Pudge threw down to 1B in an attempt to pick him off. Kelly still went for the steal on the next pitch because yeah man, it's not like Pudge is paying attention to you or anything, and anyway you're totally a prolific base stealer (no you aren't). Less definitive than some others, but a potential DEATH DRIVE.
5/10 Ray Durham 1st 0 HBP leading off the game, immediately caught stealing. Possible REVENGE STEAL.
5/11 Frank Thomas 1st 1 White Sox manager Jerry Manuel put on the underused double-jackpot-hit-and-runskie play here, sending 2 runners with a 3-2 count on the batter and 1 out in the first inning. The result of the play was that Konerko struck out and Frank Thomas - the trail runner - was caught stealing, immediately ending the White Sox rally. Managerial DEATH DRIVE.
5/11 Mike Caruso 3rd 2 Caruso was the lead runner on the double-hit-and-run disaster two innings earlier. Here he appears to have been essentially picked off first base, so it looks as though he wasn't actually trying to steal. If he had gone for a straight steal it would be a possible death wish example, but the play went 2-3-4 (Catcher to 1B to 2B) so it seems like a pickoff of sorts.
5/14 Brady Anderson 3rd 0 Reached on an error leading off the 3rd, immediately caught stealing. Less clear than other examples, this is still a possible DEATH DRIVE in my opinion, the idea being that his subconscious mind decided that exercising his latent death wish was even safer now that it usually was in a game, since he "should" be out anyway. It's not a logical decision -- if you reach on an error you're not freerolling on the bases now, you're simply a base runner -- but none of these possible Death Drive decisions are conscious or logical.
5/14 Delino DeShields 6th 2 3 innings later, DeShields walked with 2 outs and was immediately caught stealing.
5/18 Miguel Cairo 4th 1 SAFE!
5/18 Miguel Cairo 8th 1 Same game, same player, different result. Here he singled with 1 out and was immediately caught stealing. Not quite Matt-Lawton-bad, but it's pretty bad. Is Cairo playing for bragging rights? 'I stole 2 bases off Pudge in one game!' Or is it his DEATH DRIVE? Consciously he must know that it's very unlikely he "has Pudge's number" and he really shouldn't press his luck with a second attempt, but perhaps subconsciously he's happy to take a gamble against the odds because part of him wants to lose.
5/21 Albert Belle 6th 1 Belle walked and was immediately caught stealing on a strike-him-out-throw-him-out double play.
5/22 Rich Amaral 1st 1 Walked with 1 out and nobody on, immediately caught stealing.
And that's where this 17 for 20 CS streak ends. Nobody attempted a steal off him over his next 3 games, but in the 9th inning on May 26th, Jose Canseco successfully swiped 2B. Over the rest of the year he threw out a bunch of guys and a bunch of guys managed to steal, and he finished the season leading the league again, with 55% CS.
This wasn't true 60 years ago and definitely wasn't true 100 years ago, but in the modern game, a catcher who throws out 40% over an extended period is very, very, very good at throwing out runners. In fact Yadier Molina, at 41.7%, is the only active catcher over 40% for his career, and nobody else is close (Ryan Hanigan is second at 36.8%).
Rodriguez finished his career at 45.7%, which of course includes his lean years later on when he was throwing out "only" around the league average.
If a catcher is consistently throwing out more than 50% of attempted base stealers, like year after year, you should really really really just stay put most of the time unless you're an extraordinarily great base stealer. And even then you should probably be at least a little conservative, like don't try to steal third with a left hitter up.
Rickey's mistake there is a strategic mistake -- it's such a terrible idea for even Rickey Henderson to run in that spot that even if he wasn't unconsciously compelled by his latent death wish, it's a decent illustration of a great runner making a very bad mistake against Pudge.
Not only is it a pretty awful situation in which to try to steal third (he's already in scoring position with 2 outs), but that throw is just way too easy for Pudge. Sure, as a runner you can get a somewhat larger lead off 2B than he can off 1B, but a catcher's throw to 3B is about 30% shorter than his throw to 2B (according to like, Pythagoras or whatever, it's 90 feet from home to 3B, and about 127 feet from home to 2B).

Factoid: Rickey Henderson was born on Christmas.

Note: "Caught Stealing" is a flawed statistic, as catchers are often credited with a CS when the pitcher picks a guy off. There was just one example of that happening during this stretch and I omitted it, cuz Pudge didn't throw anybody out on the play:
May 15, 1999 in the 4th inning Albert Belle was on 1B and was "caught stealing"/picked off 1-4, i.e. Pitcher to 2B. So it wasn't a straight pickoff, like the pitcher threw over to 1B and caught him by an inch...but the point is that on plays like that both the pitcher and catcher are credited with a CS even though the catcher didn't touch the ball.
This means that CS% isn't truly precise, it's simply CS/(SB+CS) but Caught Stealing as a cumulative statistic is flawed, as just explained.
However all catchers should get a similar boost from this scorekeeping anomaly, so it should tend to even out over a relatively large sample size. Also, catchers are not credited with a Caught Stealing when they pick a guy off, but catcher pickoffs are way more difficult than a normal CS. In my opinion that also helps to reasonably offset the credit he receives when his pitcher catches a guy stealing.
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2017.02.16 01:07 mohallor DD Stream Full Summary and Flashback/Legend Attributes

Hey all, here is a complete summary of what was shown in SDS' DD Livestream. If I missed anything, please let me know in the comments below.
Flashbacks and Legends
Team Setup
Upon Team creation, the user is forced to pick colors, so default all white unis are gone!
Additionally, a BR-esque draft is held, in which you pick one MI/C, one CIF, one OF, one SP, one RP, and a home stadium. All players are bronze, and stadiums were MLB Stadiums
Player Cards
Attributes, Detailed IE Breakdown, Player Stats, and Market Place trends are all now viewable on player cards
Seasons
Events
Missions
Programs
Captains & Universal Profile
Ratings
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2017.01.08 05:26 TriStrange So, who was the first person younger than you to play in the Majors?

Okay, offseason post here.
This is a list in which you can find out who was the first MLB player younger than you, starting with players born in 1940. Alternatively, for those who'll feel old reading that info, think of it as a progression of who has been the youngest player in MLB history.
If you were born between and Player Date of debut
1940-01-01 1940-01-09 Dave Skaugstad 1957-09-25
1940-01-10 1940-01-15 Rod Miller 1957-09-28
1940-01-16 1940-03-21 Dick Ellsworth 1958-06-22
1940-03-22 1941-10-15 Tim McCarver 1959-09-10
1941-10-16 1942-08-22 Danny Murphy 1960-06-18
1942-08-23 1943-04-24 Lew Krausse 1961-06-16
1943-04-25 1943-07-20 Jim Manning 1962-04-15
1943-07-21 1944-10-07 Ed Kirkpatrick 1962-09-13
1944-10-08 1944-11-07 Ed Kranepool 1962-09-22
1944-11-08 1945-12-05 Jay Dahl 1963-09-27
1945-12-06 1946-09-06 Willie Crawford 1964-09-16
1946-09-07 1946-09-21 Larry Dierker 1964-09-22
1946-09-22 1946-11-04 Jim Bethke 1965-04-12
1946-11-05 1947-02-02 Joe Coleman 1965-09-28
1947-02-03 1948-03-31 Willie Montanez 1966-04-12
1948-04-01 1948-05-26 Gary Nolan 1967-04-15
1948-05-27 1948-09-17 Ken Brett 1967-09-27
1948-09-18 1949-08-09 Jimmy McMath 1968-09-07
1949-08-10 1949-12-19 Oscar Gamble 1969-08-27
1949-12-20 1950-05-07 Lloyd Allen 1969-09-01
1950-05-08 1950-05-12 Bobby Valentine 1969-09-02
1950-05-13 1950-08-29 Mike McQueen 1969-10-02
1950-08-30 1951-01-05 Don Gullett 1970-04-10
1951-01-06 1951-01-24 Balor Moore 1970-05-21
1951-01-25 1951-04-05 Bert Blyleven 1970-06-05
1951-04-06 1952-01-13 Terry Forster 1971-04-11
1952-01-14 1952-01-16 Darrell Porter 1971-09-02
1952-01-17 1953-03-15 Jay Franklin 1971-09-04
1953-03-16 1953-11-09 Larry Christenson 1973-04-13
1953-11-10 1955-04-21 David Clyde 1973-06-27
1955-04-22 1955-09-15 Robin Yount 1974-04-05
1955-09-16 1955-11-09 Jack Clark 1975-09-12
1955-11-10 1956-03-13 Butch Wynegar 1976-04-09
1956-03-14 1956-03-23 Garry Templeton 1976-08-09
1956-03-24 1956-06-19 Larry Monroe 1976-08-23
1956-06-20 1957-10-05 Alfredo Griffin 1976-09-04
1957-10-06 1957-12-08 Ed Romero 1977-07-16
1957-12-09 1958-02-20 Alan Trammell 1977-09-09
1958-02-21 1959-05-13 Brian Greer 1977-09-13
1959-05-14 1960-04-02 Tim Conroy 1978-06-23
1960-04-03 1960-08-29 Ricky Seilheimer 1980-07-05
1960-08-30 1960-10-18 Mark Davis 1980-09-12
1960-10-19 1960-10-31 Fernando Valenzuela 1980-09-15
1960-11-01 1960-12-02 Gene Nelson 1981-05-04
1960-12-03 1961-11-04 Fred Manrique 1981-08-23
1961-11-05 1963-05-26 Ed Nunez 1982-04-07
1963-05-27 1963-07-03 Jose Oquendo 1983-05-02
1963-07-04 1963-12-09 Gil Reyes 1983-06-11
1963-12-10 1964-04-10 Bret Saberhagen 1984-04-04
1964-04-11 1965-05-12 Jose Rijo 1984-04-05
1965-05-13 1965-06-16 Manny Lee 1985-04-10
1965-06-17 1966-04-28 Ed Correa 1985-09-18
1966-04-29 1967-04-02 Miguel Garcia 1987-04-30
1967-04-03 1967-07-31 Gregg Jefferies 1987-09-06
1967-08-01 1968-02-04 Roberto Alomar 1988-04-22
1968-02-05 1968-03-21 Ramon Martinez 1988-08-13
1968-03-22 1968-11-17 Gary Sheffield 1988-09-03
1968-11-18 1969-11-20 Ken Griffey Jr. 1989-04-03
1969-11-21 1970-03-23 Wilson Alvarez 1989-07-24
1970-03-24 1970-04-13 Steve Avery 1990-06-13
1970-04-14 1971-05-17 Rich Garces 1990-09-18
1971-05-18 1971-11-26 Ivan Rodriguez 1991-06-20
1971-11-27 1971-12-08 Todd Van Poppel 1991-09-11
1971-12-09 1971-12-27 Melvin Nieves 1992-09-01
1971-12-28 1972-10-05 Benji Gil 1993-04-05
1972-10-06 1972-10-18 Marc Newfield 1993-07-06
1972-10-19 1973-05-21 Julian Tavarez 1993-08-07
1973-05-22 1973-06-29 Chan Ho Park 1994-04-08
1973-06-30 1973-08-20 Ismael Valdez 1994-06-15
1973-08-21 1975-07-26 Alex Rodriguez 1994-07-08
1975-07-27 1975-10-28 Karim Garcia 1995-09-02
1975-10-29 1976-08-06 Edgar Renteria 1996-05-10
1976-08-07 1977-04-22 Andruw Jones 1996-08-15
1977-04-23 1977-05-26 Mike Caruso 1998-03-31
1977-05-27 1977-06-15 Kerry Wood 1998-04-12
1977-06-16 1978-06-24 Aramis Ramirez 1998-05-26
1978-06-25 1979-04-06 Adrian Beltre 1998-06-24
1979-04-07 1979-07-18 Rick Ankiel 1999-08-23
1979-07-19 1979-08-01 Matt Riley 1999-09-09
1979-08-02 1979-09-26 Jon Garland 2000-07-04
1979-09-27 1980-01-15 Albert Pujols 2001-04-02
1980-01-16 1980-07-20 CC Sabathia 2001-04-08
1980-07-21 1981-05-31 Carlos Zambrano 2001-08-20
1981-06-01 1981-11-01 Wilson Betemit 2001-09-18
1981-11-02 1981-12-02 Chris Snelling 2002-05-25
1981-12-03 1981-12-25 Omar Infante 2002-09-07
1981-12-26 1982-01-22 Wily Mo Pena 2002-09-10
1982-01-23 1982-10-27 Jeremy Bonderman 2003-04-02
1982-10-28 1983-02-22 Edgar Gonzalez 2003-06-01
1983-02-23 1983-06-10 Jose Reyes 2003-06-10
1983-06-11 1983-09-08 Edwin Jackson 2003-09-09
1983-09-09 1984-04-10 Andres Blanco 2004-04-17
1984-04-11 1984-08-20 Melvin Upton Jr. 2004-08-02
1984-08-21 1984-10-12 Hayden Penn 2005-05-28
1984-10-13 1986-04-07 Felix Hernandez 2005-08-04
1986-04-08 1986-06-23 Phil Hughes 2007-04-26
1986-06-24 1987-08-24 Justin Upton 2007-08-02
1987-08-25 1988-03-18 Clayton Kershaw 2008-05-25
1988-03-19 1988-08-25 Elvis Andrus 2009-04-06
1988-08-26 1988-12-26 Rick Porcello 2009-04-09
1988-12-27 1989-07-31 Madison Bumgarner 2009-09-08
1989-08-01 1989-08-08 Jason Heyward 2010-04-05
1989-08-09 1989-10-26 Ruben Tejada 2010-04-07
1989-10-27 1990-03-23 Starlin Castro 2010-05-07
1990-03-24 1991-01-26 Julio Teheran 2011-05-07
1991-01-27 1991-08-06 Mike Trout 2011-07-08
1991-08-07 1992-10-15 Bryce Harper 2012-04-28
1992-10-16 1993-02-19 Jurickson Profar 2012-09-02
1993-02-20 1993-05-15 Luis Sardinas 2014-04-20
1993-05-16 1994-02-02 Rougned Odor 2014-05-08
1994-02-03 1994-03-02 Dilson Herrera 2014-08-29
1994-03-03 1994-12-23 Miguel Castro 2015-04-06
1994-12-24 1995-02-06 Roberto Osuna 2015-04-08
1995-02-07 1995-07-26 Raul Mondesi 2015-10-30
1995-07-27 1996-08-11 Julio Urias 2016-05-27
1996-08-12 - Nobody - Yet
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2016.12.15 04:06 Thomas_Pizza A somewhat detailed look at Nolan Ryan's 7 no-hitters, including tv footage and/or radio calls of the final out in 6 of them.

There's a chart down below, and then some cool stories and facts and stuff, but first here's footage and/or radio calls of all but one of them.
If this seems like a lotta stuff to watch, or if you're just in the mood to watch one thing, skip to his 7th no-hitter and watch the timestamped link of the final half-inning. It's definitely the most exciting of any of them.
1) Here's footage of the final pitch. That's the best I could find for this one. There's a few other Nolan Ryan highlights in that video and a short interview clip of Ryan talking about his 5th no-hitter, but most of that video is boxing highlights. Unfortunately it does not show the last out of his 3rd no-hitter, which is the only one I couldn't find.
2) Much better highlights than the first one. Still a very short video, but shows some clips from the game and, most importantly, the final out along with the broadcast call.
Here's the radio call of the 9th inning from Ernie Harwell. Even though Harwell was the Tigers' radio announcer and not the Angels' announcer, it's pretty cool and it's only three minutes long (Ryan was a very fast worker, although he did get a little bit more deliberate by like age 44...).
3) Couldn't find any footage or radio call :(
4) Radio call of the final out. This is taken from a vinyl record, although I was unable to locate any more info on it. Discogs.com has a listing of like every LP ever, but I couldn't find it on there.
5) Here's the entire game. This is a good one. It happened to be NBC's nationally televised Game of the Week, and also as they tell us right at the beginning it was being broadcast in the Dominican Republic too.
Here's a timestamped link to the final half-inning, but you should watch the first 2 minutes at the start of the broadcast before you skip to the 9th inning cuz something kind of amazing happens.
If you're gonna take my suggestion and watch the first 2 minutes, do it before you read the next paragraph cuz I spoil it.
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At 90 seconds into the broadcast, the announcer pulls a brilliant reverse-jinx as he casually mentions that Nolan Ryan and Sandy Koufax are the only 2 pitchers to have thrown 4 no-hitters in their career. He says this before one pitch is thrown -- it's literally the first thing he says about Ryan other than introducing him as the Astros starting pitcher.
At first I was like 'Oh yeah he's talking about the no-hitter Ryan's about to throw,' then I quickly realized 'No wait, he's not in the future like the rest of us...'
Ryan had made 215 starts (including the postseason) since his previous no-hitter 6 years earlier. 6 years and 215 goddamn starts and this guy's like “I think I smell a no-hitter!” before the game starts. One of the greatest in-game or pre-game predictions I've ever heard.
6) Again, here's the full game.
And here's the final half-inning.
The crowd in Oakland is rooting pretty wildly for him throughout the 9th. It builds over the last few innings but by the 9th they're on their feet cheering for the visiting pitcher, which is always cool. That'll happen in most no-hitters to an extent, but it had been 9 years since Ryan had set the record with his 5th no-hitter and he was 43 years old now! I doubt a lot of people expected he'd throw another the next season. Either way, the A's fans give him a massive ovation at the end.
7) Again, here's the full game.
It's the Blue Jays broadcast and not the Rangers broadcast. Usually I'd much rather hear the broadcast from the winning team if I'm watching highlights from an old game like this, but the Jays announcers are great here.
By the 3rd inning Ryan is nearly the only thing the Jays broadcasters are talking about, obviously sensing something special after he struck out the side in order in the 2nd inning, all looking.
By the 4th or 5th inning the Jays broadcasters are pretty much openly rooting for him (he had 8 Ks through 4 innings), and after 4 innings they keep mentioning that everybody in the baseball world is now intently focused on this game.
Here's the final half-inning.
Even though we obviously know that he completed the no-no, this one's pretty damn exciting to watch, mainly cuz it's a home game and he's 44 freaking years old.
There's a pretty amazing story about his 7th no-hitter, quoted down below.

Here's a chart that gives a quick glance at some stats and info from his no-hitters.
The link in each date takes you to the BB-Ref box score and play-by-play data from that game.
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Opp. Record is the opposing team's record at the end of that season. I only included this in the chart cuz it's pretty cool that all 7 of his no-hitters were against teams that finished the season with a winning record, and most of them finished well over .500.
The 1981 Dodgers won the World Series (they played just 110 regular season games because the '81 season was interrupted by a mid-season strike)
The 1990 Athletics won the AL Pennant.
The 1991 Blue Jays won the AL East division title.
Date Age Team Opponent Score Strikeouts Walks Catcher Opp. Record
5/15/73 26 Angels Royals 3-0 12 3 Jeff Torborg 88-74
7/15/73 26 Angels Tigers 6-0 17 4 Art Kusnyer 85-77
9/28/74 27 Angels Twins 4-0 15 8 Tom Egan 82-80
6/1/75 28 Angels Orioles 1-0 9 4 Ellie Rodriguez 90-69
9/26/81 34 Astros Dodgers 5-0 11 3 Alan Ashby 63-47
6/11/90 43 Rangers Athletics 5-0 14 2 John Russell 103-59
5/1/91 44 Rangers Blue Jays 3-0 16 2 Mike Stanley 91-71

Notes and stuff:

  • Even though Ryan always walked a ton of guys, he retired the side in order in the 9th inning in 6 out of his 7 no-hitters. The only batter who reached in the 9th was in his third no-hitter, when he walked pinch-hitter Harmon Killebrew with 2 outs.
  • Speaking of Hall of Famers (i.e. Killebrew), in 4 of his no-hitters there was a Hall of Famer in the starting lineup for the opposing team:
    Rod Carew (0 for 2 with 2 Walks and 2 Ks)
    Brooks Robinson (0 for 3)
    Rickey Henderson (0 for 4 with 1 K)
    Roberto Alomar (0 for 4 with 3 Ks)

  • This is a pretty incredible story about Ryan's 7th no-hitter:
    [Pitching coach Tom] House recalls Ryan's pregame bullpen session as one of the worst he'd ever seen.
    "Nolan was bouncing his curveball, huffing and puffing on his fastball. He had no location, and his changeup was non-existent. I'm thinking, Whoops, this is not real good."
    ..."Tommy [House] came into the dugout and looked as if he saw a ghost," recalls [manager Bobby] Valentine. "I said, 'What's going on?' And he was kind of speechless. Right about then, Nolan came back down from the clubhouse. He had missed the national anthem and was toweling his head and putting his hat on. He waited for the rest of the team to hit the field, and before leaving the dugout said to me in that Texas drawl, 'Get someone ready.'
    "I didn't know what he was talking about, but as he went out to the mound, House said, 'I think it's over, Bob. Nolan couldn't reach home plate in the bullpen.'
    "I had a real bad feeling in my stomach after that. I was thinking I was going to have to be there when Nolan walked off the mound for the last time. While he was warming up and bouncing balls during his final warm-up, I called down to the bullpen to get someone ready, just in case."
    Then Ryan proceeded to blow everyone away. After striking out one in the first, he struck out the side in the second.
    "He struck out three batters on 13 pitches," says House. "His fastball was averaging 97 mph, and I'm going, Holy crap, what's going on here?
    "When Nolan got back in the dugout, he said, 'Tom, I don't know, but this is one of those darn days.'
    "Then he addressed the bench: 'Boys, get me one! That's all I'm gonna need today.'"

    Worth mentioning again that Ryan was 44 goddamn years old at that point when he threw his 7th no-hitter. And not only was his career obviously not finished that day, he pitched 2 more seasons after that.
    His 7th also has to be his highest game score of any of his no-hitters, with 16 Ks and just 2 BBs.

  • I made a post about this fact a couple days ago but I figured I'd mention it again for people who didn't see it:
    Bobby Valentine was the center fielder behind Ryan the day he threw his first no-hitter (Valentine made 2 putouts in center). Two decades later Bobby Valentine was Ryan's manager on the Rangers when he threw his 6th and 7th no-hitters.
    Valentine is 3 years younger than Ryan.
  • In his 5th no-hitter, at some point the announcers talk about how Ryan is pretty much a two-pitch pitcher (fastball, curveball), and about how he didn't particularly need a third pitch. But they do say something about how he'd been working on a changeup a little bit but wasn't using it yet and wasn't sure if he ever would.
    Nine years later in his 6th no-hitter he's got a nasty changeup that he's mixing in with his fastball and curveball. And Tom House mentions his changeup in that portion I just quoted about his 7th no-hitter.
  • Jeff Torborg, who caught Ryan's first no-hitter, also caught Sandy Koufax's perfect game.
    Note: That's a clip of Vin Scully's radio call of the 9th inning of Koufax's perfect game. It's pretty fantastic.
    It's relatively long (8 minutes) considering that Koufax obviously retired the final 3 batters, so if you're not up for all 8 minutes, skip to about 4:45 to hear Koufax secure the 2nd out, and then after that the 3rd (27th) out.
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2014.09.16 22:55 IAMADeinonychusAMA Enjoyed the BaseballHOF discussions and voting? Come vote in our Veterans Committee threads!

Hey all! So I'm sure some of you have been following the discussion over at /baseballHOF, and I'm pleased to say that we are not finished over there.
First, mycousinvinny will be doing a similar project that will be essentially a year-by-year revote for the major awards (MVP, CY Young, etc). Check that out here. It promises to be a fun source of discussion.
Second, we are continuing with the Hall of Fame voting. Regular ballots have finished, but we have been doing a Veterans Committee throughout in an attempt to imitate the real VC and make sure we don't miss any players. We've still got a few elections for that left, so I urge those of you who are interested, as well as those of you who have been following along, to come over and join! Anyone can vote. The thread is here. This week we're considering:
The more the merrier, so feel free to join in. The ballot will be up tonight, so keep an eye out for that.
For those of you who are new to this, here's what we've done so far!
RESULTS SPREADSHEET
HOF PLAYERS & CONTRIBUTORS
We have elected 238 players and 91 contributors to date in this project.
Positional breakdown of our HOF:
Total HOFers - 329
HOF Players - 238
Hitters - 167
Pitchers - 71
C - 17
1B - 25
2B - 18
3B - 23
SS - 18
LF - 22
CF - 22
RF - 22
SP - 66
RP - 5
(Thank you Darkstargir for putting this list together)
Starting Pitcher 66 - Addie Joss (1924), Amos Rusie (1958), Bert Blyleven (1992), Bob Feller (1956), Bob Gibson (1976), Bret Saberhagen (2014), Bullet Joe Rogan (1948), Cannonball Dick Redding (1986), Carl Hubbell (1944), Christy Mathewson (1920), Curt Schilling (2008), Cy Young (1915), David Cone (2014), Dazzy Vance (1938), Dizzy Dean (1952), Don Drysdale (1970), Don Sutton (1988), Early Wynn (1966), Ed Walsh (1922), Eddie Plank (1924), Fergie Jenkins (1984), Gaylord Perry (1984), Greg Maddux (2008), Hal Newhouser (1960), Hideo Fujimoto (1982), Hilton Smith (1962), Jim Bunning (1972), Jim Palmer (1984), Joe McGinnity (1962), John Clarkson (1958), John Smoltz (2010), Juan Marichal (1974), Kevin Brown (2014), Kid Nichols (1905), Lefty Grove (1942), Luis Tiant (1982), Martin Dihigo (1950), Masaichi Kaneda (1972), Mike Mussina (2010), Nolan Ryan (1994), Old Hoss Radbourn (1900), Pedro Martinez (2010), Pete Alexander (1930), Phil Niekro (1988), Pud Galvin (1900), Randy Johnson (2010), Red Faber (1972), Robin Roberts (1966), Roger Clemens (2008), Roy Halladay (2013), Rube Waddell (1910), Sandy Koufax (1966), Satchel Paige (1954), Smokey Joe Williams (1950), Stan Coveleski (1972), Steve Carlton (1988), Takehiko Bessho (1982), Ted Lyons (1958), Three Fingers Brown (1920), Tim Keefe (1900), Tom Glavine (2008), Tom Seaver (1986), Walter Johnson (1928), Warren Spahn (1966), Whitey Ford (1966), Willie "Bill" Foster (1996)
Relief Pitcher 5 - Dennis Eckersley (1998), Goose Gossage (1994), Hoyt Wilhelm (1972), Mariano Rivera (2013), Trevor Hoffman (2010)
Catcher 17 - Bill Dickey (1948), Bill Freehan (2013), Biz Mackey (1962), Buck Ewing (1928), Carlton Fisk (1994), Gabby Hartnett (1950), Gary Carter (1992), Ivan Rodriguez (2012), Johnny Bench (1984), Josh Gibson (1946), Katsuya Nomura (1982), Louis Santop (1968), Mickey Cochrane (1938), Mike Piazza (2008), Roy Campanella (1958), Ted Simmons (1988), Yogi Berra (1964)
First Baseman 25 - Ben Taylor (1986), Bill Terry (1948), Buck Leonard (1950), Cap Anson (1900), Dan Brouthers (1900), Eddie Murray (1998), Frank Thomas (2008), George Sisler (1930), Hank Greenberg (1948), Harmon Killebrew (1976), Jeff Bagwell (2006), Jim Thome (2012), Jimmie Foxx (1946), Joe Torre (1980), Johnny Mize (1954), Keith Hernandez (1990), Lou Gehrig (1938), Mark McGwire (2002), Mule Suttles (1962), Rafael Palmeiro (2012), Roger Connor (1900), Sadaharu Oh (1982), Tetsuharu Kawakami (1976), Todd Helton (2013), Willie McCovey (1980)
Second Baseman 18 - Billy Herman (1962), Bobby Doerr (1974), Bobby Grich (1986), Charlie Gehringer (1942), Craig Biggio (2008), Eddie Collins (1930), Frank Grant (1968), Frankie Frisch (1946), Jackie Robinson (1956), Joe Gordon (1950), Joe Morgan (1984), Lou Whitaker (1996), Nap Lajoie (1920), Roberto Alomar (2004), Rod Carew (1986), Rogers Hornsby (1938), Ryne Sandberg (1998), Tony Lazzeri (1982)
Third Baseman 23 - Bob Elliott (1962), Brooks Robinson (1978), Chipper Jones (2012), Deacon White (1948), Dick Allen (1980), Eddie Mathews (1968), Edgar Martinez (2004), George Brett (1994), Graig Nettles (1988), John Beckwith (1986), John McGraw (1956), Jud Wilson (1972), Home Run Baker (1922), Ken Boyer (1970), Mike Schmidt (1990), Paul Molitor (1998), Ray Dandridge (1962), Ron Santo (1974), Sal Bando (1986), Scott Rolen (2014), Shigeo Nagashima (1974), Stan Hack (1966), Wade Boggs (2000)
Shortstop 18 - Alan Trammell (1996), Arky Vaughan (1948), Barry Larkin (2004), Bill Dahlen (1934), Cal Ripken Jr. (2002), Ernie Banks (1972), George Davis (1958), Honus Wagner (1920), Jack Glasscock (1954), Joe Cronin (1950), Lou Boudreau (1952), Luis Aparicio (1978), Luke Appling (1950), Ozzie Smith (1996), Pee Wee Reese (1958), Pop Lloyd (1950), Robin Yount (1994), Willie Wells (1962)
Left Fielder 22 - Al Simmons (1946), Barry Bonds (2008), Billy Williams (1976), Carl Yastrzemski (1984), Ed Delahanty (1910), Fred Clarke (1962), Goose Goslin (1940), Isao Harimoto (1984), Jesse Burkett (1956), Joe Medwick (1950), Lou Brock (1980), Manny Ramirez (2010), Monte Irvin (1960), Pete Rose (1986), Ralph Kiner (1956), Rickey Henderson (2004), Sherry Magee (1964), Ted Williams (1960), Tim Raines (2002), Turkey Stearnes (1954), Willie Stargell (1982), Zack Wheat (1950)
Center Fielder 22 - Andre Dawson (1998), Andruw Jones (2013), Billy Hamilton (1910), Cool Papa Bell (1946), Cristobal Torriente (1960), Duke Snider (1964), Earl Averill (1950), Jim Edmonds (2014), Jim Wynn (2000), Joe DiMaggio (1952), Ken Griffey Jr. (2010), Kenny Lofton (2012), Larry Doby (1960), Max Carey (1964), Mickey Mantle (1968), Oscar Charleston (1944), Pete Hill (1968), Richie Ashburn (1962), Tris Speaker (1928), Ty Cobb (1928), Willard Brown (1966), Willie Mays (1974)
Right Fielder 22 - Al Kaline (1974), Babe Ruth (1936), Dave Winfield (1996), Dwight Evans (1998), Elmer Flick (1962), Enos Slaughter (1960), Frank Robinson (1976), Gary Sheffield (2012), Hank Aaron (1976), Harry Heilmann (1944), King Kelly (1936), Larry Walker (2012), Mel Ott (1946), Paul Waner (1948), Reggie Jackson (1988), Roberto Clemente (1972), Sam Crawford (1924), Shoeless Joe Jackson (1920), Stan Musial (1964), Tony Gwynn (2002), Vladimir Guerrero (2012), Willie Keeler (1922)
Italics = elected by Veterans Committee
Bold = most recent addition
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2014.09.16 22:43 IAMADeinonychusAMA Veterans Committee Pre-1900s Voting and Discussion Thread

Hey guys! So we're gonna keep this going a bit more. As you all know, we've been considering candidates via VC after they fall off the regular ballot, to give those who might not have gotten their due on the main ballot a shot to be reconsidered. With the main balloting over, we're going to move the VC over here and finish that up with a few more ballots that we didn't really get to yet! VC members have their votes count twice, but anyone can vote! I hope this way we can get a lot of participation and have a lively discussion going.
This week we'll look at the following candidates:
Ballot
I've also reproduced mycousinvinny's recap of what we've done so far below, so if you would like a summary of our progress up to this point, read on!
RESULTS SPREADSHEET
HOF PLAYERS & CONTRIBUTORS
We have elected 238 players and 91 contributors to date in this project.
Here is the positional breakdown of our HOF
Total HOFers - 329
HOF Players - 238
Hitters - 167
Pitchers - 71
C - 17
1B - 25
2B - 18
3B - 23
SS - 18
LF - 22
CF - 22
RF - 22
SP - 66
RP - 5
Thank you Darkstargir for putting this list together
Starting Pitcher 66 - Addie Joss (1924), Amos Rusie (1958), Bert Blyleven (1992), Bob Feller (1956), Bob Gibson (1976), Bret Saberhagen (2014), Bullet Joe Rogan (1948), Cannonball Dick Redding (1986), Carl Hubbell (1944), Christy Mathewson (1920), Curt Schilling (2008), Cy Young (1915), David Cone (2014), Dazzy Vance (1938), Dizzy Dean (1952), Don Drysdale (1970), Don Sutton (1988), Early Wynn (1966), Ed Walsh (1922), Eddie Plank (1924), Fergie Jenkins (1984), Gaylord Perry (1984), Greg Maddux (2008), Hal Newhouser (1960), Hideo Fujimoto (1982), Hilton Smith (1962), Jim Bunning (1972), Jim Palmer (1984), Joe McGinnity (1962), John Clarkson (1958), John Smoltz (2010), Juan Marichal (1974), Kevin Brown (2014), Kid Nichols (1905), Lefty Grove (1942), Luis Tiant (1982), Martin Dihigo (1950), Masaichi Kaneda (1972), Mike Mussina (2010), Nolan Ryan (1994), Old Hoss Radbourn (1900), Pedro Martinez (2010), Pete Alexander (1930), Phil Niekro (1988), Pud Galvin (1900), Randy Johnson (2010), Red Faber (1972), Robin Roberts (1966), Roger Clemens (2008), Roy Halladay (2013), Rube Waddell (1910), Sandy Koufax (1966), Satchel Paige (1954), Smokey Joe Williams (1950), Stan Coveleski (1972), Steve Carlton (1988), Takehiko Bessho (1982), Ted Lyons (1958), Three Fingers Brown (1920), Tim Keefe (1900), Tom Glavine (2008), Tom Seaver (1986), Walter Johnson (1928), Warren Spahn (1966), Whitey Ford (1966), Willie "Bill" Foster (1996)
Relief Pitcher 5 - Dennis Eckersley (1998), Goose Gossage (1994), Hoyt Wilhelm (1972), Mariano Rivera (2013), Trevor Hoffman (2010)
Catcher 17 - Bill Dickey (1948), Bill Freehan (2013), Biz Mackey (1962), Buck Ewing (1928), Carlton Fisk (1994), Gabby Hartnett (1950), Gary Carter (1992), Ivan Rodriguez (2012), Johnny Bench (1984), Josh Gibson (1946), Katsuya Nomura (1982), Louis Santop (1968), Mickey Cochrane (1938), Mike Piazza (2008), Roy Campanella (1958), Ted Simmons (1988), Yogi Berra (1964)
First Baseman 25 - Ben Taylor (1986), Bill Terry (1948), Buck Leonard (1950), Cap Anson (1900), Dan Brouthers (1900), Eddie Murray (1998), Frank Thomas (2008), George Sisler (1930), Hank Greenberg (1948), Harmon Killebrew (1976), Jeff Bagwell (2006), Jim Thome (2012), Jimmie Foxx (1946), Joe Torre (1980), Johnny Mize (1954), Keith Hernandez (1990), Lou Gehrig (1938), Mark McGwire (2002), Mule Suttles (1962), Rafael Palmeiro (2012), Roger Connor (1900), Sadaharu Oh (1982), Tetsuharu Kawakami (1976), Todd Helton (2013), Willie McCovey (1980)
Second Baseman 18 - Billy Herman (1962), Bobby Doerr (1974), Bobby Grich (1986), Charlie Gehringer (1942), Craig Biggio (2008), Eddie Collins (1930), Frank Grant (1968), Frankie Frisch (1946), Jackie Robinson (1956), Joe Gordon (1950), Joe Morgan (1984), Lou Whitaker (1996), Nap Lajoie (1920), Roberto Alomar (2004), Rod Carew (1986), Rogers Hornsby (1938), Ryne Sandberg (1998), Tony Lazzeri (1982)
Third Baseman 23 - Bob Elliott (1962), Brooks Robinson (1978), Chipper Jones (2012), Deacon White (1948), Dick Allen (1980), Eddie Mathews (1968), Edgar Martinez (2004), George Brett (1994), Graig Nettles (1988), John Beckwith (1986), John McGraw (1956), Jud Wilson (1972), Home Run Baker (1922), Ken Boyer (1970), Mike Schmidt (1990), Paul Molitor (1998), Ray Dandridge (1962), Ron Santo (1974), Sal Bando (1986), Scott Rolen (2014), Shigeo Nagashima (1974), Stan Hack (1966), Wade Boggs (2000)
Shortstop 18 - Alan Trammell (1996), Arky Vaughan (1948), Barry Larkin (2004), Bill Dahlen (1934), Cal Ripken Jr. (2002), Ernie Banks (1972), George Davis (1958), Honus Wagner (1920), Jack Glasscock (1954), Joe Cronin (1950), Lou Boudreau (1952), Luis Aparicio (1978), Luke Appling (1950), Ozzie Smith (1996), Pee Wee Reese (1958), Pop Lloyd (1950), Robin Yount (1994), Willie Wells (1962)
Left Fielder 22 - Al Simmons (1946), Barry Bonds (2008), Billy Williams (1976), Carl Yastrzemski (1984), Ed Delahanty (1910), Fred Clarke (1962), Goose Goslin (1940), Isao Harimoto (1984), Jesse Burkett (1956), Joe Medwick (1950), Lou Brock (1980), Manny Ramirez (2010), Monte Irvin (1960), Pete Rose (1986), Ralph Kiner (1956), Rickey Henderson (2004), Sherry Magee (1964), Ted Williams (1960), Tim Raines (2002), Turkey Stearnes (1954), Willie Stargell (1982), Zack Wheat (1950)
Center Fielder 22 - Andre Dawson (1998), Andruw Jones (2013), Billy Hamilton (1910), Cool Papa Bell (1946), Cristobal Torriente (1960), Duke Snider (1964), Earl Averill (1950), Jim Edmonds (2014), Jim Wynn (2000), Joe DiMaggio (1952), Ken Griffey Jr. (2010), Kenny Lofton (2012), Larry Doby (1960), Max Carey (1964), Mickey Mantle (1968), Oscar Charleston (1944), Pete Hill (1968), Richie Ashburn (1962), Tris Speaker (1928), Ty Cobb (1928), Willard Brown (1966), Willie Mays (1974)
Right Fielder 22 - Al Kaline (1974), Babe Ruth (1936), Dave Winfield (1996), Dwight Evans (1998), Elmer Flick (1962), Enos Slaughter (1960), Frank Robinson (1976), Gary Sheffield (2012), Hank Aaron (1976), Harry Heilmann (1944), King Kelly (1936), Larry Walker (2012), Mel Ott (1946), Paul Waner (1948), Reggie Jackson (1988), Roberto Clemente (1972), Sam Crawford (1924), Shoeless Joe Jackson (1920), Stan Musial (1964), Tony Gwynn (2002), Vladimir Guerrero (2012), Willie Keeler (1922)
Italics = elected by Veterans Committee
Bold = most recent addition
Players in the /baseballHOF that are not in Cooperstown
So far we've elected 65 players to our Hall that are not yet inducted into the real Hall of Fame.
Of these, eight are from the NPB in Japan, and are not really candidates for Cooperstown, though they are all recognized as greats in their own country.
Two of our inductees, Joe Jackson and Pete Rose, are ineligible for induction into Cooperstown since they are banished from MLB for life.
Two of our player inductees, John McGraw and Joe Torre, have been inducted into Cooperstown for their managerial careers, not their playing careers.
Seventeen of our inductees are not yet eligible for the real HOF. Many of these guys will easily get into the real Hall in the coming years. These players are:
Andruw Jones, Chipper Jones, Gary Sheffield, Ivan Rodriguez, Jim Edmonds, Jim Thome, John Smoltz, Ken Griffey Jr., Manny Ramirez, Mariano Rivera, Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, Roy Halladay, Scott Rolen, Todd Helton, Trevor Hoffman, and Vladimir Guerrero
So basically, we've elected 36 players that the real life HOF considered and rejected. Two of these were Negro Leaguers, John Beckwith and Cannonball Dick Redding. This leaves us with 34 MLB players in our HOF who are eligible for induction into the real HOF, yet remain on the outside:
Alan Trammell, Barry Bonds, Bill Dahlen, Bill Freehan, Bob Elliott, Bobby Grich, Bret Saberhagen, Craig Biggio, Curt Schilling, David Cone, Dick Allen, Dwight Evans, Edgar Martinez, Graig Nettles, Jack Glasscock, Jeff Bagwell, Jim Wynn, Keith Hernandez, Ken Boyer, Kenny Lofton, Kevin Brown, Larry Walker, Lou Whitaker, Luis Tiant, Mark McGwire, Mike Mussina, Mike Piazza, Rafael Palmeiro, Roger Clemens, Sal Bando, Sherry Magee, Stan Hack, Ted Simmons, and Tim Raines
Players in Cooperstown that are not in the /baseballHOF
The real HOF has inducted 240 MLB and Negro League players. The /baseballHOF has inducted 238 players, eight of which were from the NPB in Japan. Our Hall has enshrined 230 players vs the real HOF's 240 when looking at the pool of MLB'ers and Negro Leaguers that both have considered. As 57 of our MLB and Negro League HOFers are not in Cooperstown as players, this means we've inducted 173 real HOFers, and failed to induct 67. Here's the list:
Andy Cooper, Bid McPhee, Bill Mazeroski, Bob Lemon, Bobby Wallace, Bruce Sutter, Burleigh Grimes, Catfish Hunter, Chick Hafey, Chief Bender, Chuck Klein, Dave Bancroft, Earle Combs, Edd Roush, Eppa Rixey, Ernie Lombardi, Frank Chance, Freddie Lindstrom, George Kell, Hack Wilson, Harry Hooper, Heinie Manush, Herb Pennock, High Pockets Kelly, Hugh Duffy, Hughie Jennings, Jack Chesbro, Jake Beckley, Jesse Haines, Jim Bottomley, Jim O'Rourke, Jim Rice, Jimmy Collins, Joe Kelley, Joe Sewell, Joe Tinker, Johnny Evers, Jose Mendez, Judy Johnson, Kiki Cuyler, Kirby Puckett, Lefty Gomez, Leon Day, Lloyd Waner, Mickey Welch, Monte Ward, Nellie Fox, Orlando Cepeda, Phil Rizzuto, Pie Traynor, Rabbit Maranville, Ray Brown, Ray Schalk, Red Ruffing, Red Schoendienst, Rick Ferrell, Roger Bresnahan, Rollie Fingers, Ross Youngs, Rube Marquard, Sam Rice, Sam Thompson, Tommy McCarthy, Tony Perez, Travis Jackson, Vic Willis, Waite Hoyt
This group features some real stinkers and big mistakes on the part of the real HOF. Many of these were Veterans Committee selections from the Frankie Frisch led era. Frisch helped to get many of his old teammates inducted, even though their credentials were not those typical of a HOFer. Old Cardinals and Giants like Jesse Haines, Ross Youngs, Dave Bancroft, Freddie Lindstrom were inducted. These types did not fare well on our ballots.
There are also quite a few highly contested guys who received solid support in their time on our ballot. Andy Cooper, Bid McPhee, Ernie Lombardi, Hack Wilson, Hugh Duffy, Jimmy Collins, Lefty Gomez, Leon Day, Mickey Welch, Orlando Cepeda, Pie Traynor, Rabbit Maranville, Ray Brown, Rollie Fingers, Sam Rice, and Sam Thompson all remained on our ballot for 15 attempts.
RESULTS SPREADSHEET
HOF PLAYERS & CONTRIBUTORS
Please check out and subscribe to our subreddit /baseballHOF to keep up with the project and see all of our past discussions. Join us in a few weeks for our next project, historical award re-voting.
While this was our final election for now, we will hopefully conduct at least one election yearly to take a look at newly eligible players each spring. For example, this coming April we could look at Derek Jeter, Paul Konerko and any other players that announce their retirement this offseason. We can also reconsider the candidacies of any one we fail to induct in this final ballot. Our Veterans Committee will continue to operate looking at players that we decide as a group deserve further consideration. We'll likely be moving the VC over to the main subreddit (baseballHOF) and we would like to encourage anyone interested in continuing with the project to participate.
This subreddit will not be going away. In addition to the yearly elections in the spring, and continuing VC elections, we are going to shortly begin a new project where we re-vote on yearly major awards, such as league MVPs, CYA, ROY and others. How we'll conduct this is still up in the air, but we will be operating it in this subreddit. An introduction thread will be posted soon, so stay tuned.
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2014.09.07 20:19 mycousinvinny r/baseball Hall of Fame Final Ballot Results

RESULTS SPREADSHEET
HOF PLAYERS & CONTRIBUTORS
We've reached the end of this chapter of the /baseballHOF project. We have no more new players to consider. We have elected 238 players to date in this project, including five this week, and 91 contributors, including nine last week in a Veteran's Committee election.
Two weeks ago we held a nomination ballot open to all players that had not yet been elected to the baseballHOF. 116 players received at least one vote. We then cut to the top 25 and voted yes/no on each.
We elected five players in the final election. Scott Rolen led the way receiving 92% of the votes. Bret Saberhagen made a huge jump to 88%. Kevin Brown received support from 83% of voters. Also making the cut, were Jim Edmonds at 79% and David Cone at 75%.
Narrowly missing the 75% threshold by a single vote were Fred McGriff and Thurman Munson. Willie Randolph missed by just two votes, and Billy Wagner and Dave Stieb missed by three each.
Earlier in the week the Veterans Committee elected nine modern contributors. Managers Bobby Cox, Joe Torre and Tony La Russa were all elected, as were General Managers John Schuerholz and Pat Gillick. Joining this group were four announcers, Bob Uecker, Dave Niehaus, Harry Kalas, and Marty Brennaman.
Here is the positional breakdown of our HOF
Total HOFers - 329
HOF Players - 238
Hitters - 167
Pitchers - 71
C - 17
1B - 25
2B - 18
3B - 23
SS - 18
LF - 22
CF - 22
RF - 22
SP - 66
RP - 5
Thank you Darkstargir for putting this list together
Starting Pitcher 66 - Addie Joss (1924), Amos Rusie (1958), Bert Blyleven (1992), Bob Feller (1956), Bob Gibson (1976), Bret Saberhagen (2014), Bullet Joe Rogan (1948), Cannonball Dick Redding (1986), Carl Hubbell (1944), Christy Mathewson (1920), Curt Schilling (2008), Cy Young (1915), David Cone (2014), Dazzy Vance (1938), Dizzy Dean (1952), Don Drysdale (1970), Don Sutton (1988), Early Wynn (1966), Ed Walsh (1922), Eddie Plank (1924), Fergie Jenkins (1984), Gaylord Perry (1984), Greg Maddux (2008), Hal Newhouser (1960), Hideo Fujimoto (1982), Hilton Smith (1962), Jim Bunning (1972), Jim Palmer (1984), Joe McGinnity (1962), John Clarkson (1958), John Smoltz (2010), Juan Marichal (1974), Kevin Brown (2014), Kid Nichols (1905), Lefty Grove (1942), Luis Tiant (1982), Martin Dihigo (1950), Masaichi Kaneda (1972), Mike Mussina (2010), Nolan Ryan (1994), Old Hoss Radbourn (1900), Pedro Martinez (2010), Pete Alexander (1930), Phil Niekro (1988), Pud Galvin (1900), Randy Johnson (2010), Red Faber (1972), Robin Roberts (1966), Roger Clemens (2008), Roy Halladay (2013), Rube Waddell (1910), Sandy Koufax (1966), Satchel Paige (1954), Smokey Joe Williams (1950), Stan Coveleski (1972), Steve Carlton (1988), Takehiko Bessho (1982), Ted Lyons (1958), Three Fingers Brown (1920), Tim Keefe (1900), Tom Glavine (2008), Tom Seaver (1986), Walter Johnson (1928), Warren Spahn (1966), Whitey Ford (1966), Willie "Bill" Foster (1996)
Relief Pitcher 5 - Dennis Eckersley (1998), Goose Gossage (1994), Hoyt Wilhelm (1972), Mariano Rivera (2013), Trevor Hoffman (2010)
Catcher 17 - Bill Dickey (1948), Bill Freehan (2013), Biz Mackey (1962), Buck Ewing (1928), Carlton Fisk (1994), Gabby Hartnett (1950), Gary Carter (1992), Ivan Rodriguez (2012), Johnny Bench (1984), Josh Gibson (1946), Katsuya Nomura (1982), Louis Santop (1968), Mickey Cochrane (1938), Mike Piazza (2008), Roy Campanella (1958), Ted Simmons (1988), Yogi Berra (1964)
First Baseman 25 - Ben Taylor (1986), Bill Terry (1948), Buck Leonard (1950), Cap Anson (1900), Dan Brouthers (1900), Eddie Murray (1998), Frank Thomas (2008), George Sisler (1930), Hank Greenberg (1948), Harmon Killebrew (1976), Jeff Bagwell (2006), Jim Thome (2012), Jimmie Foxx (1946), Joe Torre (1980), Johnny Mize (1954), Keith Hernandez (1990), Lou Gehrig (1938), Mark McGwire (2002), Mule Suttles (1962), Rafael Palmeiro (2012), Roger Connor (1900), Sadaharu Oh (1982), Tetsuharu Kawakami (1976), Todd Helton (2013), Willie McCovey (1980)
Second Baseman 18 - Billy Herman (1962), Bobby Doerr (1974), Bobby Grich (1986), Charlie Gehringer (1942), Craig Biggio (2008), Eddie Collins (1930), Frank Grant (1968), Frankie Frisch (1946), Jackie Robinson (1956), Joe Gordon (1950), Joe Morgan (1984), Lou Whitaker (1996), Nap Lajoie (1920), Roberto Alomar (2004), Rod Carew (1986), Rogers Hornsby (1938), Ryne Sandberg (1998), Tony Lazzeri (1982)
Third Baseman 23 - Bob Elliott (1962), Brooks Robinson (1978), Chipper Jones (2012), Deacon White (1948), Dick Allen (1980), Eddie Mathews (1968), Edgar Martinez (2004), George Brett (1994), Graig Nettles (1988), John Beckwith (1986), John McGraw (1956), Jud Wilson (1972), Home Run Baker (1922), Ken Boyer (1970), Mike Schmidt (1990), Paul Molitor (1998), Ray Dandridge (1962), Ron Santo (1974), Sal Bando (1986), Scott Rolen (2014), Shigeo Nagashima (1974), Stan Hack (1966), Wade Boggs (2000)
Shortstop 18 - Alan Trammell (1996), Arky Vaughan (1948), Barry Larkin (2004), Bill Dahlen (1934), Cal Ripken Jr. (2002), Ernie Banks (1972), George Davis (1958), Honus Wagner (1920), Jack Glasscock (1954), Joe Cronin (1950), Lou Boudreau (1952), Luis Aparicio (1978), Luke Appling (1950), Ozzie Smith (1996), Pee Wee Reese (1958), Pop Lloyd (1950), Robin Yount (1994), Willie Wells (1962)
Left Fielder 22 - Al Simmons (1946), Barry Bonds (2008), Billy Williams (1976), Carl Yastrzemski (1984), Ed Delahanty (1910), Fred Clarke (1962), Goose Goslin (1940), Isao Harimoto (1984), Jesse Burkett (1956), Joe Medwick (1950), Lou Brock (1980), Manny Ramirez (2010), Monte Irvin (1960), Pete Rose (1986), Ralph Kiner (1956), Rickey Henderson (2004), Sherry Magee (1964), Ted Williams (1960), Tim Raines (2002), Turkey Stearnes (1954), Willie Stargell (1982), Zack Wheat (1950)
Center Fielder 22 - Andre Dawson (1998), Andruw Jones (2013), Billy Hamilton (1910), Cool Papa Bell (1946), Cristobal Torriente (1960), Duke Snider (1964), Earl Averill (1950), Jim Edmonds (2014), Jim Wynn (2000), Joe DiMaggio (1952), Ken Griffey Jr. (2010), Kenny Lofton (2012), Larry Doby (1960), Max Carey (1964), Mickey Mantle (1968), Oscar Charleston (1944), Pete Hill (1968), Richie Ashburn (1962), Tris Speaker (1928), Ty Cobb (1928), Willard Brown (1966), Willie Mays (1974)
Right Fielder 22 - Al Kaline (1974), Babe Ruth (1936), Dave Winfield (1996), Dwight Evans (1998), Elmer Flick (1962), Enos Slaughter (1960), Frank Robinson (1976), Gary Sheffield (2012), Hank Aaron (1976), Harry Heilmann (1944), King Kelly (1936), Larry Walker (2012), Mel Ott (1946), Paul Waner (1948), Reggie Jackson (1988), Roberto Clemente (1972), Sam Crawford (1924), Shoeless Joe Jackson (1920), Stan Musial (1964), Tony Gwynn (2002), Vladimir Guerrero (2012), Willie Keeler (1922)
Italics = elected by Veterans Committee
Bold = most recent addition
Players in the /baseballHOF that are not in Cooperstown
So far we've elected 65 players to our Hall that are not yet inducted into the real Hall of Fame.
Of these, eight are from the NPB in Japan, and are not really candidates for Cooperstown, though they are all recognized as greats in their own country.
Two of our inductees, Joe Jackson and Pete Rose, are ineligible for induction into Cooperstown since they are banished from MLB for life.
Two of our player inductees, John McGraw and Joe Torre, have been inducted into Cooperstown for their managerial careers, not their playing careers.
Seventeen of our inductees are not yet eligible for the real HOF. Many of these guys will easily get into the real Hall in the coming years. These players are:
Andruw Jones, Chipper Jones, Gary Sheffield, Ivan Rodriguez, Jim Edmonds, Jim Thome, John Smoltz, Ken Griffey Jr., Manny Ramirez, Mariano Rivera, Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, Roy Halladay, Scott Rolen, Todd Helton, Trevor Hoffman, and Vladimir Guerrero
So basically, we've elected 36 players that the real life HOF considered and rejected. Two of these were Negro Leaguers, John Beckwith and Cannonball Dick Redding. This leaves us with 34 MLB players in our HOF who are eligible for induction into the real HOF, yet remain on the outside:
Alan Trammell, Barry Bonds, Bill Dahlen, Bill Freehan, Bob Elliott, Bobby Grich, Bret Saberhagen, Craig Biggio, Curt Schilling, David Cone, Dick Allen, Dwight Evans, Edgar Martinez, Graig Nettles, Jack Glasscock, Jeff Bagwell, Jim Wynn, Keith Hernandez, Ken Boyer, Kenny Lofton, Kevin Brown, Larry Walker, Lou Whitaker, Luis Tiant, Mark McGwire, Mike Mussina, Mike Piazza, Rafael Palmeiro, Roger Clemens, Sal Bando, Sherry Magee, Stan Hack, Ted Simmons, and Tim Raines
Players in Cooperstown that are not in the /baseballHOF
The real HOF has inducted 240 MLB and Negro League players. The /baseballHOF has inducted 238 players, eight of which were from the NPB in Japan. Our Hall has enshrined 230 players vs the real HOF's 240 when looking at the pool of MLB'ers and Negro Leaguers that both have considered. As 57 of our MLB and Negro League HOFers are not in Cooperstown as players, this means we've inducted 173 real HOFers, and failed to induct 67. Here's the list:
Andy Cooper, Bid McPhee, Bill Mazeroski, Bob Lemon, Bobby Wallace, Bruce Sutter, Burleigh Grimes, Catfish Hunter, Chick Hafey, Chief Bender, Chuck Klein, Dave Bancroft, Earle Combs, Edd Roush, Eppa Rixey, Ernie Lombardi, Frank Chance, Freddie Lindstrom, George Kell, Hack Wilson, Harry Hooper, Heinie Manush, Herb Pennock, High Pockets Kelly, Hugh Duffy, Hughie Jennings, Jack Chesbro, Jake Beckley, Jesse Haines, Jim Bottomley, Jim O'Rourke, Jim Rice, Jimmy Collins, Joe Kelley, Joe Sewell, Joe Tinker, Johnny Evers, Jose Mendez, Judy Johnson, Kiki Cuyler, Kirby Puckett, Lefty Gomez, Leon Day, Lloyd Waner, Mickey Welch, Monte Ward, Nellie Fox, Orlando Cepeda, Phil Rizzuto, Pie Traynor, Rabbit Maranville, Ray Brown, Ray Schalk, Red Ruffing, Red Schoendienst, Rick Ferrell, Roger Bresnahan, Rollie Fingers, Ross Youngs, Rube Marquard, Sam Rice, Sam Thompson, Tommy McCarthy, Tony Perez, Travis Jackson, Vic Willis, Waite Hoyt
This group features some real stinkers and big mistakes on the part of the real HOF. Many of these were Veterans Committee selections from the Frankie Frisch led era. Frisch helped to get many of his old teammates inducted, even though their credentials were not those typical of a HOFer. Old Cardinals and Giants like Jesse Haines, Ross Youngs, Dave Bancroft, Freddie Lindstrom were inducted. These types did not fare well on our ballots.
There are also quite a few highly contested guys who received solid support in their time on our ballot. Andy Cooper, Bid McPhee, Ernie Lombardi, Hack Wilson, Hugh Duffy, Jimmy Collins, Lefty Gomez, Leon Day, Mickey Welch, Orlando Cepeda, Pie Traynor, Rabbit Maranville, Ray Brown, Rollie Fingers, Sam Rice, and Sam Thompson all remained on our ballot for 15 attempts.
RESULTS SPREADSHEET
HOF PLAYERS & CONTRIBUTORS
Please check out and subscribe to our subreddit /baseballHOF to keep up with the project and see all of our past discussions. Join us in a few weeks for our next project, historical award re-voting.
While this was our final election for now, we will hopefully conduct at least one election yearly to take a look at newly eligible players each spring. For example, this coming April we could look at Derek Jeter, Paul Konerko and any other players that announce their retirement this offseason. We can also reconsider the candidacies of any one we fail to induct in this final ballot. Our Veterans Committee will continue to operate looking at players that we decide as a group deserve further consideration. We'll likely be moving the VC over to the main subreddit (baseballHOF) and we would like to encourage anyone interested in continuing with the project to participate.
This subreddit will not be going away. In addition to the yearly elections in the spring, and continuing VC elections, we are going to shortly begin a new project where we re-vote on yearly major awards, such as league MVPs, CYA, ROY and others. How we'll conduct this is still up in the air, but we will be operating it in this subreddit. An introduction thread will be posted soon, so stay tuned.
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2014.09.04 16:42 IAMADeinonychusAMA Hey all! Come vote in the final ballot of our Baseball HOF simulation!

Hey all! So over at /baseballHOF we're doing our own Hall of Fame voting. We're doing our final ballot this week, and would love to have some of you fine folks come over and join the discussion. If you've ever wanted to pretend you were part of the BBWAA voting for Cooperstown, now's your chance.
Below is a copy of the current election post up in the subreddit. Just come on over and join the discussion here! The ballot closes at 11:59 p.m. PDT Saturday September 6, 2014. This is our final election, but we will be continuing with Veterans Committee voting so there will still be several more elections to vote on players who have fallen off our ballot recently.
RESULTS SPREADSHEET
HOF PLAYERS & CONTRIBUTORS
We've reached the end of this chapter of the /baseballHOF project. We have no more new players to consider. We have elected 233 players to date in this project, yet we have a good number of candidates that deserve further consideration.
Last week we held a nomination ballot open to all players that had not yet been elected to the baseballHOF. 116 players received at least one vote last week. Here are the top 25 from last week's nomination ballot who will be appearing on the final ballot.
Scott Rolen 73
Kevin Brown 51
David Cone 36
Billy Wagner 30
Bret Saberhagen 29
Jim Edmonds 29
Willie Randolph 24
Bid McPhee 23
Ray Brown 23
Dave Stieb 17
Fred McGriff 16
Hiromitsu Ochiai 16
Dale Murphy 15
Reggie Smith 15
Jimmy Collins 14
Thurman Munson 14
Buddy Bell 13
Chuck Klein 13
Smoky Joe Wood 12
Vic Willis 12
Pie Traynor 10
Rick Reuschel 10
Will Clark 10
Albert Belle 9
Jose Mendez 8
Here is the positional breakdown of our HOF so far.
Total HOFers - 315
HOF Players - 233
Hitters - 165
Pitchers - 68
C - 17
1B - 25
2B - 18
3B - 22
SS - 18
LF - 22
CF - 21
RF - 22
SP - 63
RP - 5
Thank you Darkstargir for putting this list together
Starting Pitcher 63 - Addie Joss (1924), Amos Rusie (1958), Bert Blyleven (1992), Bob Feller (1956), Bob Gibson (1976), Bullet Joe Rogan (1948), Cannonball Dick Redding (1986), Carl Hubbell (1944), Christy Mathewson (1920), Curt Schilling (2008), Cy Young (1915), Dazzy Vance (1938), Dizzy Dean (1952), Don Drysdale (1970), Don Sutton (1988), Early Wynn (1966), Ed Walsh (1922), Eddie Plank (1924), Fergie Jenkins (1984), Gaylord Perry (1984), Greg Maddux (2008), Hal Newhouser (1960), Hideo Fujimoto (1982), Hilton Smith (1962), Jim Bunning (1972), Jim Palmer (1984), Joe McGinnity (1962), John Clarkson (1958), John Smoltz (2010), Juan Marichal (1974), Kid Nichols (1905), Lefty Grove (1942), Luis Tiant (1982), Martin Dihigo (1950), Masaichi Kaneda (1972), Mike Mussina (2010), Nolan Ryan (1994), Old Hoss Radbourn (1900), Pedro Martinez (2010), Pete Alexander (1930), Phil Niekro (1988), Pud Galvin (1900), Randy Johnson (2010), Red Faber (1972), Robin Roberts (1966), Roger Clemens (2008), Roy Halladay (2013), Rube Waddell (1910), Sandy Koufax (1966), Satchel Paige (1954), Smokey Joe Williams (1950), Stan Coveleski (1972), Steve Carlton (1988), Takehiko Bessho (1982), Ted Lyons (1958), Three Fingers Brown (1920), Tim Keefe (1900), Tom Glavine (2008), Tom Seaver (1986), Walter Johnson (1928), Warren Spahn (1966), Whitey Ford (1966), Willie "Bill" Foster (1996)
Relief Pitcher 5 - Dennis Eckersley (1998), Goose Gossage (1994), Hoyt Wilhelm (1972), Mariano Rivera (2013), Trevor Hoffman (2010)
Catcher 17 - Bill Dickey (1948), Bill Freehan (2013), Biz Mackey (1962), Buck Ewing (1928), Carlton Fisk (1994), Gabby Hartnett (1950), Gary Carter (1992), Ivan Rodriguez (2012), Johnny Bench (1984), Josh Gibson (1946), Katsuya Nomura (1982), Louis Santop (1968), Mickey Cochrane (1938), Mike Piazza (2008), Roy Campanella (1958), Ted Simmons (1988), Yogi Berra (1964)
First Baseman 25 - Ben Taylor (1986), Bill Terry (1948), Buck Leonard (1950), Cap Anson (1900), Dan Brouthers (1900), Eddie Murray (1998), Frank Thomas (2008), George Sisler (1930), Hank Greenberg (1948), Harmon Killebrew (1976), Jeff Bagwell (2006), Jim Thome (2012), Jimmie Foxx (1946), Joe Torre (1980), Johnny Mize (1954), Keith Hernandez (1990), Lou Gehrig (1938), Mark McGwire (2002), Mule Suttles (1962), Rafael Palmeiro (2012), Roger Connor (1900), Sadaharu Oh (1982), Tetsuharu Kawakami (1976), Todd Helton (2013), Willie McCovey (1980)
Second Baseman 18 - Billy Herman (1962), Bobby Doerr (1974), Bobby Grich (1986), Charlie Gehringer (1942), Craig Biggio (2008), Eddie Collins (1930), Frank Grant (1968), Frankie Frisch (1946), Jackie Robinson (1956), Joe Gordon (1950), Joe Morgan (1984), Lou Whitaker (1996), Nap Lajoie (1920), Roberto Alomar (2004), Rod Carew (1986), Rogers Hornsby (1938), Ryne Sandberg (1998), Tony Lazzeri (1982)
Third Baseman 22 - Bob Elliott (1962), Brooks Robinson (1978), Chipper Jones (2012), Deacon White (1948), Dick Allen (1980), Eddie Mathews (1968), Edgar Martinez (2004), George Brett (1994), Graig Nettles (1988), John Beckwith (1986), John McGraw (1956), Jud Wilson (1972), Home Run Baker (1922), Ken Boyer (1970), Mike Schmidt (1990), Paul Molitor (1998), Ray Dandridge (1962), Ron Santo (1974), Sal Bando (1986), Shigeo Nagashima (1974), Stan Hack (1966), Wade Boggs (2000)
Shortstop 18 - Alan Trammell (1996), Arky Vaughan (1948), Barry Larkin (2004), Bill Dahlen (1934), Cal Ripken Jr. (2002), Ernie Banks (1972), George Davis (1958), Honus Wagner (1920), Jack Glasscock (1954), Joe Cronin (1950), Lou Boudreau (1952), Luis Aparicio (1978), Luke Appling (1950), Ozzie Smith (1996), Pee Wee Reese (1958), Pop Lloyd (1950), Robin Yount (1994), Willie Wells (1962)
Left Fielder 22 - Al Simmons (1946), Barry Bonds (2008), Billy Williams (1976), Carl Yastrzemski (1984), Ed Delahanty (1910), Fred Clarke (1962), Goose Goslin (1940), Isao Harimoto (1984), Jesse Burkett (1956), Joe Medwick (1950), Lou Brock (1980), Manny Ramirez (2010), Monte Irvin (1960), Pete Rose (1986), Ralph Kiner (1956), Rickey Henderson (2004), Sherry Magee (1964), Ted Williams (1960), Tim Raines (2002), Turkey Stearnes (1954), Willie Stargell (1982), Zack Wheat (1950)
Center Fielder 21 - Andre Dawson (1998), Andruw Jones (2013), Billy Hamilton (1910), Cool Papa Bell (1946), Cristobal Torriente (1960), Duke Snider (1964), Earl Averill (1950), Jim Wynn (2000), Joe DiMaggio (1952), Ken Griffey Jr. (2010), Kenny Lofton (2012), Larry Doby (1960), Max Carey (1964), Mickey Mantle (1968), Oscar Charleston (1944), Pete Hill (1968), Richie Ashburn (1962), Tris Speaker (1928), Ty Cobb (1928), Willard Brown (1966), Willie Mays (1974)
Right Fielder 22 - Al Kaline (1974), Babe Ruth (1936), Dave Winfield (1996), Dwight Evans (1998), Elmer Flick (1962), Enos Slaughter (1960), Frank Robinson (1976), Gary Sheffield (2012), Hank Aaron (1976), Harry Heilmann (1944), King Kelly (1936), Larry Walker (2012), Mel Ott (1946), Paul Waner (1948), Reggie Jackson (1988), Roberto Clemente (1972), Sam Crawford (1924), Shoeless Joe Jackson (1920), Stan Musial (1964), Tony Gwynn (2002), Vladimir Guerrero (2012), Willie Keeler (1922)
Italics = elected by Veterans Committee
Bold = most recent addition
Players in the /baseballHOF that are not in Cooperstown
So far we've elected 60 players to our Hall that are not yet inducted into the real Hall of Fame.
Of these, eight are from the NPB in Japan, and are not really candidates for Cooperstown, though they are all recognized as greats in their own country.
Two of our inductees, Joe Jackson and Pete Rose, are ineligible for induction into Cooperstown since they are banished from MLB for life.
Two of our player inductees, John McGraw and Joe Torre, have been inducted into Cooperstown for their managerial careers, not their playing careers.
Fifteen of our inductees are not yet eligible for the real HOF. Many of these guys will easily get into the real Hall in the coming years. These players are:
Andruw Jones, Chipper Jones, Gary Sheffield, Ivan Rodriguez, Jim Thome, John Smoltz, Ken Griffey Jr., Manny Ramirez, Mariano Rivera, Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, Roy Halladay, Todd Helton, Trevor Hoffman, and Vladimir Guerrero
So basically, we've elected 33 players that the real life HOF considered and rejected. Two of these were Negro Leaguers, John Beckwith and Cannonball Dick Redding. This leaves us with 31 MLB players in our HOF who are eligible for induction into the real HOF, yet remain on the outside:
Alan Trammell, Barry Bonds, Bill Dahlen, Bill Freehan, Bob Elliott, Bobby Grich, Craig Biggio, Curt Schilling, Dick Allen, Dwight Evans, Edgar Martinez, Graig Nettles, Jack Glasscock, Jeff Bagwell, Jim Wynn, Keith Hernandez, Ken Boyer, Kenny Lofton, Larry Walker, Lou Whitaker, Luis Tiant, Mark McGwire, Mike Mussina, Mike Piazza, Rafael Palmeiro, Roger Clemens, Sal Bando, Sherry Magee, Stan Hack, Ted Simmons, and Tim Raines
Players in Cooperstown that are not in the /baseballHOF
The real HOF has inducted 240 MLB and Negro League players. The /baseballHOF has inducted 233 players, eight of which were from the NPB in Japan. Our Hall has enshrined 225 players vs the real HOF's 240 when looking at the pool of MLB'ers and Negro Leaguers that both have considered. As 52 of our MLB and Negro League HOFers are not in Cooperstown as players, this means we've inducted 173 real HOFers, and failed to induct 67. Here's the list:
Andy Cooper, Bid McPhee, Bill Mazeroski, Bob Lemon, Bobby Wallace, Bruce Sutter, Burleigh Grimes, Catfish Hunter, Chick Hafey, Chief Bender, Chuck Klein, Dave Bancroft, Earle Combs, Edd Roush, Eppa Rixey, Ernie Lombardi, Frank Chance, Freddie Lindstrom, George Kell, Hack Wilson, Harry Hooper, Heinie Manush, Herb Pennock, High Pockets Kelly, Hugh Duffy, Hughie Jennings, Jack Chesbro, Jake Beckley, Jesse Haines, Jim Bottomley, Jim O'Rourke, Jim Rice, Jimmy Collins, Joe Kelley, Joe Sewell, Joe Tinker, Johnny Evers, Jose Mendez, Judy Johnson, Kiki Cuyler, Kirby Puckett, Lefty Gomez, Leon Day, Lloyd Waner, Mickey Welch, Monte Ward, Nellie Fox, Orlando Cepeda, Phil Rizzuto, Pie Traynor, Rabbit Maranville, Ray Brown, Ray Schalk, Red Ruffing, Red Schoendienst, Rick Ferrell, Roger Bresnahan, Rollie Fingers, Ross Youngs, Rube Marquard, Sam Rice, Sam Thompson, Tommy McCarthy, Tony Perez, Travis Jackson, Vic Willis, Waite Hoyt
This group features some real stinkers and big mistakes on the part of the real HOF. Many of these were Veterans Committee selections from the Frankie Frisch led era. Frisch helped to get many of his old teammates inducted, even though their credentials were not those typical of a HOFer. Old Cardinals and Giants like Jesse Haines, Ross Youngs, Dave Bancroft, Freddie Lindstrom were inducted. These types did not fare well on our ballots.
There are also quite a few highly contested guys who will likely battle it out to be in the top 25 this week. Andy Cooper, Bid McPhee, Ernie Lombardi, Hack Wilson, Hugh Duffy, Jimmy Collins, Lefty Gomez, Leon Day, Mickey Welch, Orlando Cepeda, Pie Traynor, Rabbit Maranville, Ray Brown, Rollie Fingers, Sam Rice, and Sam Thompson all remained on our ballot for 15 attempts.
RESULTS SPREADSHEET
HOF PLAYERS & CONTRIBUTORS
Please check out and subscribe to our subreddit /baseballHOF to keep up with the project and see all of our past discussions. Join us in a few weeks for our next project, historical award re-voting.
While this is going to be our final election for now, we will hopefully conduct at least one election yearly to take a look at newly eligible players each spring. For example, this comin April we could look at Derek Jeter, Paul Konerko and any other players that announce their retirement this offseason. We can also reconsider the candidacies of any one we fail to induct in this final ballot. Our Veterans Committee is currently reviewing the cases of many recently eligible contributors. The VC will continue to operate looking at players we decide as a group that deserve further consideration. We'll likely be moving the VC over to the main subreddit (baseballHOF) and we would like to encourage anyone interested in continuing with the project to participate.
This subreddit will not be going away. In addition to the yearly elections in the spring, and continuing VC elections, we are going to shortly begin a new project where we re-vote on yearly major awards, such as league MVPs, CYA, ROY and others. How we'll conduct this is still up in the air, but we will be operating it in this subreddit. An introduction thread will be posted soon, so stay tuned.
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2014.09.02 02:05 mycousinvinny r/baseball Hall of Fame Final Ballot

RESULTS SPREADSHEET
HOF PLAYERS & CONTRIBUTORS
LINK to FINAL BALLOT - Closes at 11:59 p.m. PDT Saturday September 6, 2014
We've reached the end of this chapter of the /baseballHOF project. We have no more new players to consider. We have elected 233 players to date in this project, yet we have a good number of candidates that deserve further consideration.
Last week we held a nomination ballot open to all players that had not yet been elected to the baseballHOF. 116 players received at least one vote last week. Here are the top 25 from last week's nomination ballot who will be appearing on the final ballot.
Scott Rolen 73
Kevin Brown 51
David Cone 36
Billy Wagner 30
Bret Saberhagen 29
Jim Edmonds 29
Willie Randolph 24
Bid McPhee 23
Ray Brown 23
Dave Stieb 17
Fred McGriff 16
Hiromitsu Ochiai 16
Dale Murphy 15
Reggie Smith 15
Jimmy Collins 14
Thurman Munson 14
Buddy Bell 13
Chuck Klein 13
Smoky Joe Wood 12
Vic Willis 12
Pie Traynor 10
Rick Reuschel 10
Will Clark 10
Albert Belle 9
Jose Mendez 8
Here is the positional breakdown of our HOF so far.
Total HOFers - 315
HOF Players - 233
Hitters - 165
Pitchers - 68
C - 17
1B - 25
2B - 18
3B - 22
SS - 18
LF - 22
CF - 21
RF - 22
SP - 63
RP - 5
Thank you Darkstargir for putting this list together
Starting Pitcher 63 - Addie Joss (1924), Amos Rusie (1958), Bert Blyleven (1992), Bob Feller (1956), Bob Gibson (1976), Bullet Joe Rogan (1948), Cannonball Dick Redding (1986), Carl Hubbell (1944), Christy Mathewson (1920), Curt Schilling (2008), Cy Young (1915), Dazzy Vance (1938), Dizzy Dean (1952), Don Drysdale (1970), Don Sutton (1988), Early Wynn (1966), Ed Walsh (1922), Eddie Plank (1924), Fergie Jenkins (1984), Gaylord Perry (1984), Greg Maddux (2008), Hal Newhouser (1960), Hideo Fujimoto (1982), Hilton Smith (1962), Jim Bunning (1972), Jim Palmer (1984), Joe McGinnity (1962), John Clarkson (1958), John Smoltz (2010), Juan Marichal (1974), Kid Nichols (1905), Lefty Grove (1942), Luis Tiant (1982), Martin Dihigo (1950), Masaichi Kaneda (1972), Mike Mussina (2010), Nolan Ryan (1994), Old Hoss Radbourn (1900), Pedro Martinez (2010), Pete Alexander (1930), Phil Niekro (1988), Pud Galvin (1900), Randy Johnson (2010), Red Faber (1972), Robin Roberts (1966), Roger Clemens (2008), Roy Halladay (2013), Rube Waddell (1910), Sandy Koufax (1966), Satchel Paige (1954), Smokey Joe Williams (1950), Stan Coveleski (1972), Steve Carlton (1988), Takehiko Bessho (1982), Ted Lyons (1958), Three Fingers Brown (1920), Tim Keefe (1900), Tom Glavine (2008), Tom Seaver (1986), Walter Johnson (1928), Warren Spahn (1966), Whitey Ford (1966), Willie "Bill" Foster (1996)
Relief Pitcher 5 - Dennis Eckersley (1998), Goose Gossage (1994), Hoyt Wilhelm (1972), Mariano Rivera (2013), Trevor Hoffman (2010)
Catcher 17 - Bill Dickey (1948), Bill Freehan (2013), Biz Mackey (1962), Buck Ewing (1928), Carlton Fisk (1994), Gabby Hartnett (1950), Gary Carter (1992), Ivan Rodriguez (2012), Johnny Bench (1984), Josh Gibson (1946), Katsuya Nomura (1982), Louis Santop (1968), Mickey Cochrane (1938), Mike Piazza (2008), Roy Campanella (1958), Ted Simmons (1988), Yogi Berra (1964)
First Baseman 25 - Ben Taylor (1986), Bill Terry (1948), Buck Leonard (1950), Cap Anson (1900), Dan Brouthers (1900), Eddie Murray (1998), Frank Thomas (2008), George Sisler (1930), Hank Greenberg (1948), Harmon Killebrew (1976), Jeff Bagwell (2006), Jim Thome (2012), Jimmie Foxx (1946), Joe Torre (1980), Johnny Mize (1954), Keith Hernandez (1990), Lou Gehrig (1938), Mark McGwire (2002), Mule Suttles (1962), Rafael Palmeiro (2012), Roger Connor (1900), Sadaharu Oh (1982), Tetsuharu Kawakami (1976), Todd Helton (2013), Willie McCovey (1980)
Second Baseman 18 - Billy Herman (1962), Bobby Doerr (1974), Bobby Grich (1986), Charlie Gehringer (1942), Craig Biggio (2008), Eddie Collins (1930), Frank Grant (1968), Frankie Frisch (1946), Jackie Robinson (1956), Joe Gordon (1950), Joe Morgan (1984), Lou Whitaker (1996), Nap Lajoie (1920), Roberto Alomar (2004), Rod Carew (1986), Rogers Hornsby (1938), Ryne Sandberg (1998), Tony Lazzeri (1982)
Third Baseman 22 - Bob Elliott (1962), Brooks Robinson (1978), Chipper Jones (2012), Deacon White (1948), Dick Allen (1980), Eddie Mathews (1968), Edgar Martinez (2004), George Brett (1994), Graig Nettles (1988), John Beckwith (1986), John McGraw (1956), Jud Wilson (1972), Home Run Baker (1922), Ken Boyer (1970), Mike Schmidt (1990), Paul Molitor (1998), Ray Dandridge (1962), Ron Santo (1974), Sal Bando (1986), Shigeo Nagashima (1974), Stan Hack (1966), Wade Boggs (2000)
Shortstop 18 - Alan Trammell (1996), Arky Vaughan (1948), Barry Larkin (2004), Bill Dahlen (1934), Cal Ripken Jr. (2002), Ernie Banks (1972), George Davis (1958), Honus Wagner (1920), Jack Glasscock (1954), Joe Cronin (1950), Lou Boudreau (1952), Luis Aparicio (1978), Luke Appling (1950), Ozzie Smith (1996), Pee Wee Reese (1958), Pop Lloyd (1950), Robin Yount (1994), Willie Wells (1962)
Left Fielder 22 - Al Simmons (1946), Barry Bonds (2008), Billy Williams (1976), Carl Yastrzemski (1984), Ed Delahanty (1910), Fred Clarke (1962), Goose Goslin (1940), Isao Harimoto (1984), Jesse Burkett (1956), Joe Medwick (1950), Lou Brock (1980), Manny Ramirez (2010), Monte Irvin (1960), Pete Rose (1986), Ralph Kiner (1956), Rickey Henderson (2004), Sherry Magee (1964), Ted Williams (1960), Tim Raines (2002), Turkey Stearnes (1954), Willie Stargell (1982), Zack Wheat (1950)
Center Fielder 21 - Andre Dawson (1998), Andruw Jones (2013), Billy Hamilton (1910), Cool Papa Bell (1946), Cristobal Torriente (1960), Duke Snider (1964), Earl Averill (1950), Jim Wynn (2000), Joe DiMaggio (1952), Ken Griffey Jr. (2010), Kenny Lofton (2012), Larry Doby (1960), Max Carey (1964), Mickey Mantle (1968), Oscar Charleston (1944), Pete Hill (1968), Richie Ashburn (1962), Tris Speaker (1928), Ty Cobb (1928), Willard Brown (1966), Willie Mays (1974)
Right Fielder 22 - Al Kaline (1974), Babe Ruth (1936), Dave Winfield (1996), Dwight Evans (1998), Elmer Flick (1962), Enos Slaughter (1960), Frank Robinson (1976), Gary Sheffield (2012), Hank Aaron (1976), Harry Heilmann (1944), King Kelly (1936), Larry Walker (2012), Mel Ott (1946), Paul Waner (1948), Reggie Jackson (1988), Roberto Clemente (1972), Sam Crawford (1924), Shoeless Joe Jackson (1920), Stan Musial (1964), Tony Gwynn (2002), Vladimir Guerrero (2012), Willie Keeler (1922)
Italics = elected by Veterans Committee
Bold = most recent addition
Players in the /baseballHOF that are not in Cooperstown
So far we've elected 60 players to our Hall that are not yet inducted into the real Hall of Fame.
Of these, eight are from the NPB in Japan, and are not really candidates for Cooperstown, though they are all recognized as greats in their own country.
Two of our inductees, Joe Jackson and Pete Rose, are ineligible for induction into Cooperstown since they are banished from MLB for life.
Two of our player inductees, John McGraw and Joe Torre, have been inducted into Cooperstown for their managerial careers, not their playing careers.
Fifteen of our inductees are not yet eligible for the real HOF. Many of these guys will easily get into the real Hall in the coming years. These players are:
Andruw Jones, Chipper Jones, Gary Sheffield, Ivan Rodriguez, Jim Thome, John Smoltz, Ken Griffey Jr., Manny Ramirez, Mariano Rivera, Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, Roy Halladay, Todd Helton, Trevor Hoffman, and Vladimir Guerrero
So basically, we've elected 33 players that the real life HOF considered and rejected. Two of these were Negro Leaguers, John Beckwith and Cannonball Dick Redding. This leaves us with 31 MLB players in our HOF who are eligible for induction into the real HOF, yet remain on the outside:
Alan Trammell, Barry Bonds, Bill Dahlen, Bill Freehan, Bob Elliott, Bobby Grich, Craig Biggio, Curt Schilling, Dick Allen, Dwight Evans, Edgar Martinez, Graig Nettles, Jack Glasscock, Jeff Bagwell, Jim Wynn, Keith Hernandez, Ken Boyer, Kenny Lofton, Larry Walker, Lou Whitaker, Luis Tiant, Mark McGwire, Mike Mussina, Mike Piazza, Rafael Palmeiro, Roger Clemens, Sal Bando, Sherry Magee, Stan Hack, Ted Simmons, and Tim Raines
Players in Cooperstown that are not in the /baseballHOF
The real HOF has inducted 240 MLB and Negro League players. The /baseballHOF has inducted 233 players, eight of which were from the NPB in Japan. Our Hall has enshrined 225 players vs the real HOF's 240 when looking at the pool of MLB'ers and Negro Leaguers that both have considered. As 52 of our MLB and Negro League HOFers are not in Cooperstown as players, this means we've inducted 173 real HOFers, and failed to induct 67. Here's the list:
Andy Cooper, Bid McPhee, Bill Mazeroski, Bob Lemon, Bobby Wallace, Bruce Sutter, Burleigh Grimes, Catfish Hunter, Chick Hafey, Chief Bender, Chuck Klein, Dave Bancroft, Earle Combs, Edd Roush, Eppa Rixey, Ernie Lombardi, Frank Chance, Freddie Lindstrom, George Kell, Hack Wilson, Harry Hooper, Heinie Manush, Herb Pennock, High Pockets Kelly, Hugh Duffy, Hughie Jennings, Jack Chesbro, Jake Beckley, Jesse Haines, Jim Bottomley, Jim O'Rourke, Jim Rice, Jimmy Collins, Joe Kelley, Joe Sewell, Joe Tinker, Johnny Evers, Jose Mendez, Judy Johnson, Kiki Cuyler, Kirby Puckett, Lefty Gomez, Leon Day, Lloyd Waner, Mickey Welch, Monte Ward, Nellie Fox, Orlando Cepeda, Phil Rizzuto, Pie Traynor, Rabbit Maranville, Ray Brown, Ray Schalk, Red Ruffing, Red Schoendienst, Rick Ferrell, Roger Bresnahan, Rollie Fingers, Ross Youngs, Rube Marquard, Sam Rice, Sam Thompson, Tommy McCarthy, Tony Perez, Travis Jackson, Vic Willis, Waite Hoyt
This group features some real stinkers and big mistakes on the part of the real HOF. Many of these were Veterans Committee selections from the Frankie Frisch led era. Frisch helped to get many of his old teammates inducted, even though their credentials were not those typical of a HOFer. Old Cardinals and Giants like Jesse Haines, Ross Youngs, Dave Bancroft, Freddie Lindstrom were inducted. These types did not fare well on our ballots.
There are also quite a few highly contested guys who will likely battle it out to be in the top 25 this week. Andy Cooper, Bid McPhee, Ernie Lombardi, Hack Wilson, Hugh Duffy, Jimmy Collins, Lefty Gomez, Leon Day, Mickey Welch, Orlando Cepeda, Pie Traynor, Rabbit Maranville, Ray Brown, Rollie Fingers, Sam Rice, and Sam Thompson all remained on our ballot for 15 attempts.
RESULTS SPREADSHEET
HOF PLAYERS & CONTRIBUTORS
LINK to FINAL BALLOT - Closes at 11:59 p.m. PDT Saturday September 6, 2014
Please check out and subscribe to our subreddit /baseballHOF to keep up with the project and see all of our past discussions. Join us in a few weeks for our next project, historical award re-voting.
While this is going to be our final election for now, we will hopefully conduct at least one election yearly to take a look at newly eligible players each spring. For example, this comin April we could look at Derek Jeter, Paul Konerko and any other players that announce their retirement this offseason. We can also reconsider the candidacies of any one we fail to induct in this final ballot. Our Veterans Committee is currently reviewing the cases of many recently eligible contributors. The VC will continue to operate looking at players we decide as a group that deserve further consideration. We'll likely be moving the VC over to the main subreddit (baseballHOF) and we would like to encourage anyone interested in continuing with the project to participate.
This subreddit will not be going away. In addition to the yearly elections in the spring, and continuing VC elections, we are going to shortly begin a new project where we re-vote on yearly major awards, such as league MVPs, CYA, ROY and others. How we'll conduct this is still up in the air, but we will be operating it in this subreddit. An introduction thread will be posted soon, so stay tuned.
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2014.08.24 22:53 mycousinvinny r/baseball HOF Wrap-up Nomination Ballot and Discussion Thread

We've reached the end of this chapter of the /baseballHOF project. We have no more new players to consider, but even after electing four new players last week (see full results here), and 233 players to date in this project, we have a good number of candidates that deserve further consideration. Listed below are all of the non-elected players that have received at least 25% of the vote in a previous election.
While we are wrapping up our voting here, that doesn't mean this subreddit is going away. I'd like to use this post to officially announce our next project, a year-by-year historical re-vote of major awards. While the details are not yet set and are up for discussion, I'd just like to let anyone interested know that we'll likely be starting that project in the coming weeks. So stay tuned for an official introduction announcement that I'll be posting shortly after we wrap-up this week's voting.
We'll also be revisiting our HOF here yearly to review newly eligible candidates. That will likely take place in the spring.
Last week we elected four new HOF players. Mariano Rivera, Roy Halladay, and Todd Helton were our final new candidates to be elected on their first ballot attempt. Andruw Jones joined them in his second attempt.
Falling just a vote short are some guys who figure to be interesting candidates for our final ballot, Fred McGriff and Scott Rolen with 72% each. Kevin Brown (67%), Jim Edmonds (61%) and Billy Wagner (50%) were the only other candidates to receive support from at least half the voters.
This week's ballot is going to be a hybrid combining a few different methods that we've utilized in our past elections. First off on this ballot, featuring the players listed below, check off any and all players you feel deserve to be considered in next week's final ballot. Those players will all receive one point.
Next, in a post below, list your top 10 choices for further consideration. These players can be either those in the list below or anyone else you feel deserves consideration, as long as he is not already elected into the /baseballHOF. In your listing, please rank the players. Your top choice will receive 10 points, second 9, third 8, etc.
Nobody will be elected this week; this exercise is merely a means to take this wide open group and consolidate it down to a manageable top 25 players to consider in next week's final ballot.
Candidates to Consider for Final Election
Apologies for no links, but with how large this group is there wouldn't be enough space. If you would like, please include links for players when you list your top ten below.
Albert Belle
Andy 'Lefty' Cooper
Babe Adams
Bernie Williams
Bid McPhee
Bill Mazeroski
Billy Pierce
Billy Wagner
Bob Caruthers
Bob Johnson
Bob Lemon
Bobby Bonds
Bret Saberhagen
Bruce Sutter
Buddy Bell
Burleigh Grimes
Cal McVey
Candy Cummings
Carlos Delgado
Catfish Hunter
Charlie Bennett
Charlie Keller
Chief Bender
Chuck Klein
Clark Griffith
Cupid Childs
Curt Flood
Dale Murphy
Darrell Evans
Dave Stieb
David Cone
Dobie Moore
Dolf Luque
Don Newcombe
Dutch Leonard
Dwight Gooden
Earle Combs
Edd Roush
Eddie Cicotte
Eppa Rixey
Ernie Lombardi
Frank Chance
Frank Howard
Fred McGriff
Gavvy Cravath
Gene Tenace
George Kell
George Kelly
Ghost Marcelle
Gil Hodges
Hack Wilson
Harry Stovey
Heinie Groh
Heinie Manush
Hippo Vaughn
Hiromitsu Ochiai
Hugh Duffy
Hughie Jennings
Jack Quinn
Jeff Kent
Jim Creighton
Jim Edmonds
Jim Kaat
Jim O'Rourke
Jim Rice
Jimmy Collins
Joe Sewell
Joe Start
Joe Tinker
Johan Santana
John Olerud
Johnny Evers
Jorge Posada
Jose Mendez
Judy Johnson
Kevin Brown
Kirby Puckett
Lance Berkman
Lee Smith
Lefty Gomez
Leon Day
Maury Wills
Mickey Lolich
Mickey Vernon
Mickey Welch
Minnie Minoso
Moses Fleetwood Walker
Nellie Fox
Norm Cash
Omar Vizquel
Orel Hershiser
Orlando Cepeda
Paul Hines
Pete Browning
Phil Rizzuto
Pie Traynor
Rabbit Maranville
Ray Brown
Reggie Smith
Rick Reuschel
Rocky Colavito
Roger Bresnahan
Roger Maris
Rollie Fingers
Ross Barnes
Rube Foster
Rusty Staub
Sachio Kinugasa
Sam Rice
Sam Thompson
Sammy Sosa
Scott Rolen
Smoky Joe Wood
Thurman Munson
Tip O'Neill
Tom Henke
Tommy Bond
Tommy John
Tony Oliva
Tony Perez
Urban Shocker
Vada Pinson
Vic Willis
Vida Blue
Waite Hoyt
Wally Schang
Wes Ferrell
Wilbur Cooper
Will Clark
Willie Davis
Willie Randolph
Yutaka Fukumoto
Here is the positional breakdown of our HOF so far.
Total HOFers - 315
HOF Players - 233
Hitters - 165
Pitchers - 68
C - 17
1B - 25
2B - 18
3B - 22
SS - 18
LF - 22
CF - 21
RF - 22
SP - 63
RP - 5
Thank you Darkstargir for putting this list together
Starting Pitcher 63 - Addie Joss (1924), Amos Rusie (1958), Bert Blyleven (1992), Bob Feller (1956), Bob Gibson (1976), Bullet Joe Rogan (1948), Cannonball Dick Redding (1986), Carl Hubbell (1944), Christy Mathewson (1920), Curt Schilling (2008), Cy Young (1915), Dazzy Vance (1938), Dizzy Dean (1952), Don Drysdale (1970), Don Sutton (1988), Early Wynn (1966), Ed Walsh (1922), Eddie Plank (1924), Fergie Jenkins (1984), Gaylord Perry (1984), Greg Maddux (2008), Hal Newhouser (1960), Hideo Fujimoto (1982), Hilton Smith (1962), Jim Bunning (1972), Jim Palmer (1984), Joe McGinnity (1962), John Clarkson (1958), John Smoltz (2010), Juan Marichal (1974), Kid Nichols (1905), Lefty Grove (1942), Luis Tiant (1982), Martin Dihigo (1950), Masaichi Kaneda (1972), Mike Mussina (2010), Nolan Ryan (1994), Old Hoss Radbourn (1900), Pedro Martinez (2010), Pete Alexander (1930), Phil Niekro (1988), Pud Galvin (1900), Randy Johnson (2010), Red Faber (1972), Robin Roberts (1966), Roger Clemens (2008), Roy Halladay (2013), Rube Waddell (1910), Sandy Koufax (1966), Satchel Paige (1954), Smokey Joe Williams (1950), Stan Coveleski (1972), Steve Carlton (1988), Takehiko Bessho (1982), Ted Lyons (1958), Three Fingers Brown (1920), Tim Keefe (1900), Tom Glavine (2008), Tom Seaver (1986), Walter Johnson (1928), Warren Spahn (1966), Whitey Ford (1966), Willie "Bill" Foster (1996)
Relief Pitcher 5 - Dennis Eckersley (1998), Goose Gossage (1994), Hoyt Wilhelm (1972), Mariano Rivera (2013), Trevor Hoffman (2010)
Catcher 17 - Bill Dickey (1948), Bill Freehan (2013), Biz Mackey (1962), Buck Ewing (1928), Carlton Fisk (1994), Gabby Hartnett (1950), Gary Carter (1992), Ivan Rodriguez (2012), Johnny Bench (1984), Josh Gibson (1946), Katsuya Nomura (1982), Louis Santop (1968), Mickey Cochrane (1938), Mike Piazza (2008), Roy Campanella (1958), Ted Simmons (1988), Yogi Berra (1964)
First Baseman 25 - Ben Taylor (1986), Bill Terry (1948), Buck Leonard (1950), Cap Anson (1900), Dan Brouthers (1900), Eddie Murray (1998), Frank Thomas (2008), George Sisler (1930), Hank Greenberg (1948), Harmon Killebrew (1976), Jeff Bagwell (2006), Jim Thome (2012), Jimmie Foxx (1946), Joe Torre (1980), Johnny Mize (1954), Keith Hernandez (1990), Lou Gehrig (1938), Mark McGwire (2002), Mule Suttles (1962), Rafael Palmeiro (2012), Roger Connor (1900), Sadaharu Oh (1982), Tetsuharu Kawakami (1976), Todd Helton (2013), Willie McCovey (1980)
Second Baseman 18 - Billy Herman (1962), Bobby Doerr (1974), Bobby Grich (1986), Charlie Gehringer (1942), Craig Biggio (2008), Eddie Collins (1930), Frank Grant (1968), Frankie Frisch (1946), Jackie Robinson (1956), Joe Gordon (1950), Joe Morgan (1984), Lou Whitaker (1996), Nap Lajoie (1920), Roberto Alomar (2004), Rod Carew (1986), Rogers Hornsby (1938), Ryne Sandberg (1998), Tony Lazzeri (1982)
Third Baseman 22 - Bob Elliott (1962), Brooks Robinson (1978), Chipper Jones (2012), Deacon White (1948), Dick Allen (1980), Eddie Mathews (1968), Edgar Martinez (2004), George Brett (1994), Graig Nettles (1988), John Beckwith (1986), John McGraw (1956), Jud Wilson (1972), Home Run Baker (1922), Ken Boyer (1970), Mike Schmidt (1990), Paul Molitor (1998), Ray Dandridge (1962), Ron Santo (1974), Sal Bando (1986), Shigeo Nagashima (1974), Stan Hack (1966), Wade Boggs (2000)
Shortstop 18 - Alan Trammell (1996), Arky Vaughan (1948), Barry Larkin (2004), Bill Dahlen (1934), Cal Ripken Jr. (2002), Ernie Banks (1972), George Davis (1958), Honus Wagner (1920), Jack Glasscock (1954), Joe Cronin (1950), Lou Boudreau (1952), Luis Aparicio (1978), Luke Appling (1950), Ozzie Smith (1996), Pee Wee Reese (1958), Pop Lloyd (1950), Robin Yount (1994), Willie Wells (1962)
Left Fielder 22 - Al Simmons (1946), Barry Bonds (2008), Billy Williams (1976), Carl Yastrzemski (1984), Ed Delahanty (1910), Fred Clarke (1962), Goose Goslin (1940), Isao Harimoto (1984), Jesse Burkett (1956), Joe Medwick (1950), Lou Brock (1980), Manny Ramirez (2010), Monte Irvin (1960), Pete Rose (1986), Ralph Kiner (1956), Rickey Henderson (2004), Sherry Magee (1964), Ted Williams (1960), Tim Raines (2002), Turkey Stearnes (1954), Willie Stargell (1982), Zack Wheat (1950)
Center Fielder 21 - Andre Dawson (1998), Andruw Jones (2013), Billy Hamilton (1910), Cool Papa Bell (1946), Cristobal Torriente (1960), Duke Snider (1964), Earl Averill (1950), Jim Wynn (2000), Joe DiMaggio (1952), Ken Griffey Jr. (2010), Kenny Lofton (2012), Larry Doby (1960), Max Carey (1964), Mickey Mantle (1968), Oscar Charleston (1944), Pete Hill (1968), Richie Ashburn (1962), Tris Speaker (1928), Ty Cobb (1928), Willard Brown (1966), Willie Mays (1974)
Right Fielder 22 - Al Kaline (1974), Babe Ruth (1936), Dave Winfield (1996), Dwight Evans (1998), Elmer Flick (1962), Enos Slaughter (1960), Frank Robinson (1976), Gary Sheffield (2012), Hank Aaron (1976), Harry Heilmann (1944), King Kelly (1936), Larry Walker (2012), Mel Ott (1946), Paul Waner (1948), Reggie Jackson (1988), Roberto Clemente (1972), Sam Crawford (1924), Shoeless Joe Jackson (1920), Stan Musial (1964), Tony Gwynn (2002), Vladimir Guerrero (2012), Willie Keeler (1922)
Italics = elected by Veterans Committee
Bold = most recent addition
Players in the /baseballHOF that are not in Cooperstown
So far we've elected 60 players to our Hall that are not yet inducted into the real Hall of Fame.
Of these, eight are from the NPB in Japan, and are not really candidates for Cooperstown, though they are all recognized as greats in their own country.
Two of our inductees, Joe Jackson and Pete Rose, are ineligible for induction into Cooperstown since they are banished from MLB for life.
Two of our player inductees, John McGraw and Joe Torre, have been inducted into Cooperstown for their managerial careers, not their playing careers.
Fifteen of our inductees are not yet eligible for the real HOF. Many of these guys will easily get into the real Hall in the coming years. These players are:
Andruw Jones, Chipper Jones, Gary Sheffield, Ivan Rodriguez, Jim Thome, John Smoltz, Ken Griffey Jr., Manny Ramirez, Mariano Rivera, Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, Roy Halladay, Todd Helton, Trevor Hoffman, and Vladimir Guerrero
So basically, we've elected 33 players that the real life HOF considered and rejected. Two of these were Negro Leaguers, John Beckwith and Cannonball Dick Redding. This leaves us with 31 MLB players in our HOF who are eligible for induction into the real HOF, yet remain on the outside:
Alan Trammell, Barry Bonds, Bill Dahlen, Bill Freehan, Bob Elliott, Bobby Grich, Craig Biggio, Curt Schilling, Dick Allen, Dwight Evans, Edgar Martinez, Graig Nettles, Jack Glasscock, Jeff Bagwell, Jim Wynn, Keith Hernandez, Ken Boyer, Kenny Lofton, Larry Walker, Lou Whitaker, Luis Tiant, Mark McGwire, Mike Mussina, Mike Piazza, Rafael Palmeiro, Roger Clemens, Sal Bando, Sherry Magee, Stan Hack, Ted Simmons, and Tim Raines
Players in Cooperstown that are not in the /baseballHOF
The real HOF has inducted 240 MLB and Negro League players. The /baseballHOF has inducted 233 players, eight of which were from the NPB in Japan. Our Hall has enshrined 225 players vs the real HOF's 240 when looking at the pool of MLB'ers and Negro Leaguers that both have considered. As 52 of our MLB and Negro League HOFers are not in Cooperstown as players, this means we've inducted 173 real HOFers, and failed to induct 67. Here's the list:
Andy Cooper, Bid McPhee, Bill Mazeroski, Bob Lemon, Bobby Wallace, Bruce Sutter, Burleigh Grimes, Catfish Hunter, Chick Hafey, Chief Bender, Chuck Klein, Dave Bancroft, Earle Combs, Edd Roush, Eppa Rixey, Ernie Lombardi, Frank Chance, Freddie Lindstrom, George Kell, Hack Wilson, Harry Hooper, Heinie Manush, Herb Pennock, High Pockets Kelly, Hugh Duffy, Hughie Jennings, Jack Chesbro, Jake Beckley, Jesse Haines, Jim Bottomley, Jim O'Rourke, Jim Rice, Jimmy Collins, Joe Kelley, Joe Sewell, Joe Tinker, Johnny Evers, Jose Mendez, Judy Johnson, Kiki Cuyler, Kirby Puckett, Lefty Gomez, Leon Day, Lloyd Waner, Mickey Welch, Monte Ward, Nellie Fox, Orlando Cepeda, Phil Rizzuto, Pie Traynor, Rabbit Maranville, Ray Brown, Ray Schalk, Red Ruffing, Red Schoendienst, Rick Ferrell, Roger Bresnahan, Rollie Fingers, Ross Youngs, Rube Marquard, Sam Rice, Sam Thompson, Tommy McCarthy, Tony Perez, Travis Jackson, Vic Willis, Waite Hoyt
This group features some real stinkers and big mistakes on the part of the real HOF. Many of these were Veterans Committee selections from the Frankie Frisch led era. Frisch helped to get many of his old teammates inducted, even though their credentials were not those typical of a HOFer. Old Cardinals and Giants like Jesse Haines, Ross Youngs, Dave Bancroft, Freddie Lindstrom were inducted. These types did not fare well on our ballots.
There are also quite a few highly contested guys who will likely battle it out to be in the top 25 this week. Andy Cooper, Bid McPhee, Ernie Lombardi, Hack Wilson, Hugh Duffy, Jimmy Collins, Lefty Gomez, Leon Day, Mickey Welch, Orlando Cepeda, Pie Traynor, Rabbit Maranville, Ray Brown, Rollie Fingers, Sam Rice, and Sam Thompson all remained on our ballot for 15 attempts.
RESULTS SPREADSHEET
HOF PLAYERS & CONTRIBUTORS
LINK to NOMINATION BALLOT - Closes at 11:59 p.m. PDT Saturday August 30, 2014
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Edit
Due to some computer issues, Final Ballot will be posted Tuesday 9/2 in the evening.
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2014.08.18 01:19 mycousinvinny 2013 r/baseball HOF Ballot and Discussion Thread

LINK to 2013 BALLOT - Closes at 11:59 p.m. PDT Saturday, August 23, 2014
RESULTS of 2012 and all previous elections
The /baseball Hall of Fame
Thank you for taking part in the /baseball Hall of Fame. The /baseball HOF was established as a means of starting a fresh Hall of Fame from scratch, to correct the mistakes made by the actual Hall. To keep up with the project please subscribe to /baseballHOF
To vote in this election, please follow the link above to a Google Form survey ballot. If a favorite player of yours is not listed on the ballot, and should be eligible, please use the text box to let me know and I will include him in the next ballot. To be eligible, a player must be retired by the date of the election, or essentially retired, that is he played in fewer than 10 games total in the years following the election. Also, a player must not already be elected to the /baseball HOF.
A player who appears in 15 elections without being elected will be removed from the ballot.
To remain on the ballot, a player is required to obtain yes votes on at least 10% of total ballots. All contributors who receive at least one vote will appear on the next ballot. See below for more info.
Those players who fall off the ballot will be referred to the Veterans Committee, which can be found at /baseballHOFVC
The complete results from 2012 can be found on the spreadsheet linked above. Check out the HOF tab for information on those we've enshrined so far.
This week's election (2013) will be our last featuring new players. We will hold one more election next week to give holdovers another chance. Our Veteran's Committee is still working, currently looking at players of the late 1970's and early 1980's. The committee will continue looking at players and contributors even though next week will be our last ballot here. If you are interested in nreamining with the project, please send myself or IAMADeinonychusAMA a message and we'll add you to the Veterans' Committee.
We had 16 ballots cast last week, and we elected eight new HOFers. Elected unanimously we're first-timers on our ballot Chipper Jones, Ivan Rodriguez and Jim Thome. In their fourth attempts, Larry Walker and Rafael Palmeiro received 94% and 81%, respectively. Also receiving 81% were Kenny Lofton and Vladimir Guerrero. Narrowly making the 75% threshold was Gary Sheffield.
The top vote-getters of the non-elected players were Andruw Jones (69%), Fred McGriff (69%) and Kevin Brown (69%) who all missed by a single vote. Also coming up just short were Billy Wagner (63%), Dale Murphy (63%), Rollie Fingers (63%), Scott Rolen (63%), David Cone (56%), Jim Edmonds (56%), Jeff Kent (50%), Lee Smith (50%), and Yutaka Fukumoto (50%).
Falling off the ballot this week is Jim Kaat, who failed to be elected in 15 attempts. He peaked at 40% support, but only received 19% in his final try. All candidates who fall off the ballot will receive further consideration from our Veterans Committee. If you are interested in participating in the VC, please send me or IAMADeinonychusAMA a PM and we'll add you to the committee.
See spreadsheet for full results of last week and all previous elections.
2013 Election Candidates
Returning to the Ballot:
Albert Belle
Andruw Jones
Billy Wagner
Bret Saberhagen
Buddy Bell
Carlos Delgado
Dale Murphy
Darrell Evans
Dave Stieb
David Cone
Fred McGriff
Hiromitsu Ochiai
Jamie Moyer
Jeff Kent
Jim Edmonds
Jim Rice
Johan Santana
John Olerud
Johnny Damon
Jorge Posada
Kevin Brown
Kirby Puckett
Lee Smith
Magglio Ordonez
Nomar Garciaparra
Omar Vizquel
Rollie Fingers
Sachio Kinugasa*
Sammy Sosa
Scott Rolen
Tim Wakefield
Tom Henke
Tommy John
Will Clark
Willie Randolph
Yutaka Fukumoto*
New Players to the Ballot
Andy Pettitte
Carlos Lee
Chris Carpenter
Derek Lowe
Hideki Matsui
Lance Berkman
Livan Hernandez
Mariano Rivera
Michael Young
Miguel Tejada
Roy Halladay
Roy Oswalt
Todd Helton
*Never appeared in MLB
Contributors Ballot
The Contributors' Ballot is again going to be over at our Veterans' Committee this week, so there will be no Contributors questions on our ballot. If you would like to join in the conversation, jump on over to /baseballHOFVC. If you are interested in voting in the VC election, please shoot a message to IAMADeinonychusAMA.
Here is the positional breakdown of our HOF so far.
Total HOFers - 307
HOF Players - 229
Hitters - 163
Pitchers - 66
C - 17
1B - 24
2B - 18
3B - 22
SS - 18
LF - 22
CF - 20
RF - 22
SP - 62
RP - 4
Thank you Darkstargir for putting this list together
Starting Pitcher 62 - Addie Joss (1924), Amos Rusie (1958), Bert Blyleven (1992), Bob Feller (1956), Bob Gibson (1976), Bullet Joe Rogan (1948), Cannonball Dick Redding (1986), Carl Hubbell (1944), Christy Mathewson (1920), Curt Schilling (2008), Cy Young (1915), Dazzy Vance (1938), Dizzy Dean (1952), Don Drysdale (1970), Don Sutton (1988), Early Wynn (1966), Ed Walsh (1922), Eddie Plank (1924), Fergie Jenkins (1984), Gaylord Perry (1984), Greg Maddux (2008), Hal Newhouser (1960), Hideo Fujimoto (1982), Hilton Smith (1962), Jim Bunning (1972), Jim Palmer (1984), Joe McGinnity (1962), John Clarkson (1958), John Smoltz (2010), Juan Marichal (1974), Kid Nichols (1905), Lefty Grove (1942), Luis Tiant (1982), Martin Dihigo (1950), Masaichi Kaneda (1972), Mike Mussina (2010), Nolan Ryan (1994), Old Hoss Radbourn (1900), Pedro Martinez (2010), Pete Alexander (1930), Phil Niekro (1988), Pud Galvin (1900), Randy Johnson (2010), Red Faber (1972), Robin Roberts (1966), Roger Clemens (2008), Rube Waddell (1910), Sandy Koufax (1966), Satchel Paige (1954), Smokey Joe Williams (1950), Stan Coveleski (1972), Steve Carlton (1988), Takehiko Bessho (1982), Ted Lyons (1958), Three Fingers Brown (1920), Tim Keefe (1900), Tom Glavine (2008), Tom Seaver (1986), Walter Johnson (1928), Warren Spahn (1966), Whitey Ford (1966), Willie "Bill" Foster (1996)
Relief Pitcher 4 - Dennis Eckersley (1998), Goose Gossage (1994), Hoyt Wilhelm (1972), Trevor Hoffman (2010)
Catcher 17 - Bill Dickey (1948), Bill Freehan (2013), Biz Mackey (1962), Buck Ewing (1928), Carlton Fisk (1994), Gabby Hartnett (1950), Gary Carter (1992), Ivan Rodriguez (2012), Johnny Bench (1984), Josh Gibson (1946), Katsuya Nomura (1982), Louis Santop (1968), Mickey Cochrane (1938), Mike Piazza (2008), Roy Campanella (1958), Ted Simmons (1988), Yogi Berra (1964)
First Baseman 24 - Ben Taylor (1986), Bill Terry (1948), Buck Leonard (1950), Cap Anson (1900), Dan Brouthers (1900), Eddie Murray (1998), Frank Thomas (2008), George Sisler (1930), Hank Greenberg (1948), Harmon Killebrew (1976), Jeff Bagwell (2006), Jim Thome (2012), Jimmie Foxx (1946), Joe Torre (1980), Johnny Mize (1954), Keith Hernandez (1990), Lou Gehrig (1938), Mark McGwire (2002), Mule Suttles (1962), Rafael Palmeiro (2012), Roger Connor (1900), Sadaharu Oh (1982), Tetsuharu Kawakami (1976), Willie McCovey (1980)
Second Baseman 18 - Billy Herman (1962), Bobby Doerr (1974), Bobby Grich (1986), Charlie Gehringer (1942), Craig Biggio (2008), Eddie Collins (1930), Frank Grant (1968), Frankie Frisch (1946), Jackie Robinson (1956), Joe Gordon (1950), Joe Morgan (1984), Lou Whitaker (1996), Nap Lajoie (1920), Roberto Alomar (2004), Rod Carew (1986), Rogers Hornsby (1938), Ryne Sandberg (1998), Tony Lazzeri (1982)
Third Baseman 22 - Bob Elliott (1962), Brooks Robinson (1978), Chipper Jones (2012), Deacon White (1948), Dick Allen (1980), Eddie Mathews (1968), Edgar Martinez (2004), George Brett (1994), Graig Nettles (1988), John Beckwith (1986), John McGraw (1956), Jud Wilson (1972), Home Run Baker (1922), Ken Boyer (1970), Mike Schmidt (1990), Paul Molitor (1998), Ray Dandridge (1962), Ron Santo (1974), Sal Bando (1986), Shigeo Nagashima (1974), Stan Hack (1966), Wade Boggs (2000)
Shortstop 18 - Alan Trammell (1996), Arky Vaughan (1948), Barry Larkin (2004), Bill Dahlen (1934), Cal Ripken Jr. (2002), Ernie Banks (1972), George Davis (1958), Honus Wagner (1920), Jack Glasscock (1954), Joe Cronin (1950), Lou Boudreau (1952), Luis Aparicio (1978), Luke Appling (1950), Ozzie Smith (1996), Pee Wee Reese (1958), Pop Lloyd (1950), Robin Yount (1994), Willie Wells (1962)
Left Fielder 22 - Al Simmons (1946), Barry Bonds (2008), Billy Williams (1976), Carl Yastrzemski (1984), Ed Delahanty (1910), Fred Clarke (1962), Goose Goslin (1940), Isao Harimoto (1984), Jesse Burkett (1956), Joe Medwick (1950), Lou Brock (1980), Manny Ramirez (2010), Monte Irvin (1960), Pete Rose (1986), Ralph Kiner (1956), Rickey Henderson (2004), Sherry Magee (1964), Ted Williams (1960), Tim Raines (2002), Turkey Stearnes (1954), Willie Stargell (1982), Zack Wheat (1950)
Center Fielder 20 - Andre Dawson (1998), Billy Hamilton (1910), Cool Papa Bell (1946), Cristobal Torriente (1960), Duke Snider (1964), Earl Averill (1950), Jim Wynn (2000), Joe DiMaggio (1952), Ken Griffey Jr. (2010), Kenny Lofton (2012), Larry Doby (1960), Max Carey (1964), Mickey Mantle (1968), Oscar Charleston (1944), Pete Hill (1968), Richie Ashburn (1962), Tris Speaker (1928), Ty Cobb (1928), Willard Brown (1966), Willie Mays (1974)
Right Fielder 22 - Al Kaline (1974), Babe Ruth (1936), Dave Winfield (1996), Dwight Evans (1998), Elmer Flick (1962), Enos Slaughter (1960), Frank Robinson (1976), Gary Sheffield (2012), Hank Aaron (1976), Harry Heilmann (1944), King Kelly (1936), Larry Walker (2012), Mel Ott (1946), Paul Waner (1948), Reggie Jackson (1988), Roberto Clemente (1972), Sam Crawford (1924), Shoeless Joe Jackson (1920), Stan Musial (1964), Tony Gwynn (2002), Vladimir Guerrero (2012), Willie Keeler (1922)
Italics = elected by Veterans Committee
Bold = most recent addition
RESULTS SPREADSHEET
HOF PLAYERS & CONTRIBUTORS
LINK to 2013 BALLOT - Closes at 11:59 p.m. PDT Saturday August 23, 2014
Please check out and subscribe to our subreddit /baseballHOF to keep up with the project and see all of our past discussions.
EDIT
The Veterans' Committee just finished looking at some players from the 1970's that had not quite crossed the 75% threshold. While looking at a large group of players, the only one to receive 75% support from VC members was longtime Tigers catcher Bill Freehan.
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2014.08.10 20:59 mycousinvinny 2012 r/baseball HOF Ballot and Discussion Thread

LINK to 2012 BALLOT - Closes at 11:59 p.m. PDT Saturday, August 16, 2014
RESULTS of 2010 and all previous elections
The /baseball Hall of Fame
Thank you for taking part in the /baseball Hall of Fame. The /baseball HOF was established as a means of starting a fresh Hall of Fame from scratch, to correct the mistakes made by the actual Hall. To keep up with the project please subscribe to /baseballHOF
To vote in this election, please follow the link above to a Google Form survey ballot. If a favorite player of yours is not listed on the ballot, and should be eligible, please use the text box to let me know and I will include him in the next ballot. To be eligible, a player must be retired by the date of the election, or essentially retired, that is he played in fewer than 10 games total in the years following the election. Also, a player must not already be elected to the /baseball HOF.
A player who appears in 15 elections without being elected will be removed from the ballot.
To remain on the ballot, a player is required to obtain yes votes on at least 10% of total ballots. All contributors who receive at least one vote will appear on the next ballot. See below for more info.
Those players who fall off the ballot will be referred to the Veterans Committee, which can be found at /baseballHOFVC
The complete results from 2010 can be found on the spreadsheet linked above. Check out the HOF tab for information on those we've enshrined so far.
We had 28 ballots cast last week, and we elected seven new HOFers, all first-timers on our ballot. The Kid Ken Griffey Jr. was a unanimous selection. Expos and Red Sox ace Pedro Martinez was named on 93% of ballots. His Red Sox teammate Manny Ramirez was selected by 89% of voters as were aces John Smoltz. Mike Mussina, and Randy Johnson. Joining the class of 2012 with exactly 75% of the vote is longtime Padres closer Trevor Hoffman.
The top vote-getters of the non-elected players were Kenny Lofton (71%) and Larry Walker (71%) who both missed by a single vote. Also coming up just short were Gary Sheffield (64%), Rafael Palmeiro (61%), Fred McGriff (57%), Billy Wagner (50%), Rollie Fingers (50%), Kevin Brown (46$) and Carlos Delgado (43%).
Falling off the ballot this week is Reggie Smith, who failed to be elected in 15 attempts. He peaked at 40% support, but only received 25% in his final try.
In the danger zone for falling off the ballot are Jim Kaat (entering his 15th), Rollie Fingers (14th), Buddy Bell (12th), Darrell Evans (12th), Jim Rice (12th), and Tommy John (12th). All candidates who fall off the ballot will receive further consideration from our Veterans Committee. If you are interested in participating in the VC, please send me or IAMADeinonychusAMA a PM and we'll add you to the committee.
The Veterans Committee held a special election looking at announcers and writers. Seven new HOFers were selected. Writers Fred Lieb and Ring Lardner were chosen. Announcers Bob Elson, Bob Prince, Buck Canel, Curt Gowdy, and Jerry Coleman were also elected.
See spreadsheet for full results of last week and all previous elections.
2012 Election Candidates
Returning to the Ballot:
Albert Belle
Billy Wagner
Bret Saberhagen
Buddy Bell
Carlos Delgado
Dale Murphy
Darrell Evans
Dave Stieb
David Cone
Dwight Gooden
Fred McGriff
Gary Sheffield
Hiromitsu Ochiai
Jeff Kent
Jim Edmonds
Jim Kaat
Jim Rice
John Olerud
Kenny Lofton
Kevin Brown
Kirby Puckett
Larry Walker
Lee Smith
Nomar Garciaparra
Orel Hershiser
Rafael Palmeiro
Rollie Fingers
Sachio Kinugasa*
Sammy Sosa
Tom Henke
Tommy John
Will Clark
Willie Randolph
Yutaka Fukumoto*
New Players to the Ballot
Andruw Jones
Chipper Jones
Edgar Renteria
Ivan Rodriguez
J.D. Drew
Jamie Moyer
Javier Vazquez
Jim Thome
Johan Santana
Johnny Damon
Jorge Posada
Kevin Millwood
Magglio Ordonez
Mike Cameron
Omar Vizquel
Scott Rolen
Tim Wakefield
Vlad Guerrero
*Never appeared in MLB
Contributors Ballot
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Here is the positional breakdown of our HOF so far.
Total HOFers - 298
HOF Players - 220
Hitters - 154
Pitchers - 66
C - 15
1B - 22
2B - 18
3B - 21
SS - 18
LF - 22
CF - 19
RF - 19
SP - 62
RP - 4
Thank you Darkstargir for putting this list together
Starting Pitcher 62 - Addie Joss (1924), Amos Rusie (1958), Bert Blyleven (1992), Bob Feller (1956), Bob Gibson (1976), Bullet Joe Rogan (1948), Cannonball Dick Redding (1986), Carl Hubbell (1944), Christy Mathewson (1920), Curt Schilling (2008), Cy Young (1915), Dazzy Vance (1938), Dizzy Dean (1952), Don Drysdale (1970), Don Sutton (1988), Early Wynn (1966), Ed Walsh (1922), Eddie Plank (1924), Fergie Jenkins (1984), Gaylord Perry (1984), Greg Maddux (2008), Hal Newhouser (1960), Hideo Fujimoto (1982), Hilton Smith (1962), Jim Bunning (1972), Jim Palmer (1984), Joe McGinnity (1962), John Clarkson (1958), John Smoltz (2010), Juan Marichal (1974), Kid Nichols (1905), Lefty Grove (1942), Luis Tiant (1982), Martin Dihigo (1950), Masaichi Kaneda (1972), Mike Mussina (2010), Nolan Ryan (1994), Old Hoss Radbourn (1900), Pedro Martinez (2010), Pete Alexander (1930), Phil Niekro (1988), Pud Galvin (1900), Randy Johnson (2010), Red Faber (1972), Robin Roberts (1966), Roger Clemens (2008), Rube Waddell (1910), Sandy Koufax (1966), Satchel Paige (1954), Smokey Joe Williams (1950), Stan Coveleski (1972), Steve Carlton (1988), Takehiko Bessho (1982), Ted Lyons (1958), Three Fingers Brown (1920), Tim Keefe (1900), Tom Glavine (2008), Tom Seaver (1986), Walter Johnson (1928), Warren Spahn (1966), Whitey Ford (1966), Willie "Bill" Foster (1996)
Relief Pitcher 4 - Dennis Eckersley (1998), Goose Gossage (1994), Hoyt Wilhelm (1972), Trevor Hoffman (2010)
Catcher 15 - Bill Dickey (1948), Biz Mackey (1962), Buck Ewing (1928), Carlton Fisk (1994), Gabby Hartnett (1950), Gary Carter (1992), Johnny Bench (1984), Josh Gibson (1946), Katsuya Nomura (1982), Louis Santop (1968), Mickey Cochrane (1938), Mike Piazza (2008), Roy Campanella (1958), Ted Simmons (1988), Yogi Berra (1964)
First Baseman 22 - Ben Taylor (1986), Bill Terry (1948), Buck Leonard (1950), Cap Anson (1900), Dan Brouthers (1900), Eddie Murray (1998), Frank Thomas (2008), George Sisler (1930), Hank Greenberg (1948), Harmon Killebrew (1976), Jeff Bagwell (2006), Jimmie Foxx (1946), Joe Torre (1980), Johnny Mize (1954), Keith Hernandez (1990), Lou Gehrig (1938), Mark McGwire (2002), Mule Suttles (1962), Roger Connor (1900), Sadaharu Oh (1982), Tetsuharu Kawakami (1976), Willie McCovey (1980)
Second Baseman 18 - Billy Herman (1962), Bobby Doerr (1974), Bobby Grich (1986), Charlie Gehringer (1942), Craig Biggio (2008), Eddie Collins (1930), Frank Grant (1968), Frankie Frisch (1946), Jackie Robinson (1956), Joe Gordon (1950), Joe Morgan (1984), Lou Whitaker (1996), Nap Lajoie (1920), Roberto Alomar (2004), Rod Carew (1986), Rogers Hornsby (1938), Ryne Sandberg (1998), Tony Lazzeri (1982)
Third Baseman 21 - Bob Elliott (1962), Brooks Robinson (1978), Deacon White (1948), Dick Allen (1980), Eddie Mathews (1968), Edgar Martinez (2004), George Brett (1994), Graig Nettles (1988), John Beckwith (1986), John McGraw (1956), Jud Wilson (1972), Home Run Baker (1922), Ken Boyer (1970), Mike Schmidt (1990), Paul Molitor (1998), Ray Dandridge (1962), Ron Santo (1974), Sal Bando (1986), Shigeo Nagashima (1974), Stan Hack (1966), Wade Boggs (2000)
Shortstop 18 - Alan Trammell (1996), Arky Vaughan (1948), Barry Larkin (2004), Bill Dahlen (1934), Cal Ripken Jr. (2002), Ernie Banks (1972), George Davis (1958), Honus Wagner (1920), Jack Glasscock (1954), Joe Cronin (1950), Lou Boudreau (1952), Luis Aparicio (1978), Luke Appling (1950), Ozzie Smith (1996), Pee Wee Reese (1958), Pop Lloyd (1950), Robin Yount (1994), Willie Wells (1962)
Left Fielder 22 - Al Simmons (1946), Barry Bonds (2008), Billy Williams (1976), Carl Yastrzemski (1984), Ed Delahanty (1910), Fred Clarke (1962), Goose Goslin (1940), Isao Harimoto (1984), Jesse Burkett (1956), Joe Medwick (1950), Lou Brock (1980), Manny Ramirez (2010), Monte Irvin (1960), Pete Rose (1986), Ralph Kiner (1956), Rickey Henderson (2004), Sherry Magee (1964), Ted Williams (1960), Tim Raines (2002), Turkey Stearnes (1954), Willie Stargell (1982), Zack Wheat (1950)
Center Fielder 19 - Andre Dawson (1998), Billy Hamilton (1910), Cool Papa Bell (1946), Cristobal Torriente (1960), Duke Snider (1964), Earl Averill (1950), Jim Wynn (2000), Joe DiMaggio (1952), Ken Griffey Jr. (2010), Larry Doby (1960), Max Carey (1964), Mickey Mantle (1968), Oscar Charleston (1944), Pete Hill (1968), Richie Ashburn (1962), Tris Speaker (1928), Ty Cobb (1928), Willard Brown (1966), Willie Mays (1974)
Right Fielder 19 - Al Kaline (1974), Babe Ruth (1936), Dave Winfield (1996), Dwight Evans (1998), Elmer Flick (1962), Enos Slaughter (1960), Frank Robinson (1976), Hank Aaron (1976), Harry Heilmann (1944), King Kelly (1936), Mel Ott (1946), Paul Waner (1948), Reggie Jackson (1988), Roberto Clemente (1972), Sam Crawford (1924), Shoeless Joe Jackson (1920), Stan Musial (1964), Tony Gwynn (2002), Willie Keeler (1922)
Italics = elected by Veterans Committee
Bold = most recent addition
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