Let the debate begin: Per ESPN, the Baseball Hall Of Fame has not elected anyone from the 2021 Class to the HOF — a class that included controversial players Curt Schilling and Barry Bonds.
Damn… This HOF must think they’re some real hot shit! Pricks.
What’s Going On With The Baseball Hall Of Fame?!
In a wild turn of events that hasn’t occurred since 1960, no player on the Hall’s 2021 Baseball Writers’ Association of America ballot reached the 75% vote required to be enshrined in Cooperstown.
The leading vote-getter was pitcher Curt Schilling, who was named on 71.1% of the ballots — 16 votes shy of what’s needed for selection. Following Schilling was all-time home run leader Barry Bonds (61.8%) and 354-game winner Roger Clemens (61.6) in the voting.
All three former All-Stars were in their ninth year of eligibility on the ballot — which means they have only one more crack at reaching the HOF next winter (Players get 10 chances at enshrinement via the writers’ voting; then, they’re moved on to consideration by one of the Hall’s various veterans committees.)
Needless to say, Twitter is sharing its thoughts on the HOF arrogantly acting like they know everything all the time.
Check Out Twitter’s Reaction Below!
Wow. Regardless of where you fall on this argument, there’s one thing we can all agree: The Baseball HOF should get off its high horse already! We think everyone should be let in. Thank you!
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