MLB Analyst Reveals His Hall of Fame Ballot


Carlos Beltran poses for pictures after being introduced as the next manager of the New York Mets during a press conference at Citi Field on November 4, 2019 in New York City.
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The results for the Hall of Fame voting will be announced next week, and there are several great players on the ballot this year.

Players such as Scott Rolen, Jeff Kent, and Todd Helton have been on the ballot for quite some time, while other players are appearing on the ballot for the first time.

Last season, David Ortiz was the only player to get the call.

But this year, some more new faces will hopefully be added.

MLB analyst Jon Morosi submitted his Hall of Fame ballot, voting for Helton, Rolen, Carlos Beltran, Mark Buehrle, Kent, Torii Hunter, Jimmy Rollins, Andruw Jones, Billy Wagner, and Gary Sheffield.

These are all deserving players who had solid careers and had more than their fair share of legendary moments.

Rolen is an interesting case.

He dealt with various injuries over the course of his career, but still put up some solid numbers.

Beltran may appear as an obvious choice for the Hall.

For his career, he posted a .279 mark at the plate and hit a total of 435 home runs.

He also had a lifetime WAR of 70.1.

Players such as Kent, Buehrle, and Hunter may not have the same luck as somebody like Beltran, but each player on the ballot is deserving of a chance to be enshrined in Cooperstown.

With just a week left before the results are in, things are about to get interesting as we wait and see who will end up getting the call in 2023.

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