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Should we change the voting process for the Baseball Hall of Fame?

  • We should change the voting process for the Baseball Hall of Fame.

    We should change the voting process for the Baseball Hall of Fame. We are still using the same system that we have always had. I think that it is time for them to update the way that they vote because most of the time the players do not think about it being that big of deal.

  • Yes, please do

    The amount of old fogies that won't vote for somebody because "X didn't get 100% of the votes so Y can't either" is ridiculous, there are tons of voters that shouldn't have the right to continue to do so. It's time for hall of fame voting to only be done by people that watch the current game and appreciate it for what it is.

  • Yes, we should.

    I cannot stand the Baseball Hall of Fame voters any longer. The stats the use for the players to be inducted are, at times, ridiculous. For example. Tom Glavine is a first-ballot Hall of Famer, yet Mike Mussina wasn't even close, even though he had superior numbers in a much tougher division.

  • It reflects the best.

    No, we should not change the voting process for the Baseball Hall of Fame, because the process as it is result in the best players being elected to the Hall of Fame. There is not a lot of dissent at this point, that the Hall of Fame is reflective of the best players.

  • We should not change the voting process

    I disagree that the voting process for the Baseball Hall of Fame should be changed because it currently allows for the players most deserving of entry to be considered. If there were a majority of players that were found not to be deserving that made it into the Hall of Fame, then changing the process for voting would be more warranted.


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