Comments Off on Roberto Alomar: Why Baseball Hall of Fame Voting Process Needs Major Changes
Being inducted in to the Baseball Hall of Fame is undoubtedly the highest honor any baseball player could ever achieve in his career. Each year, baseball fans anxiously await to see who the newest inductees are, and if their favorites will finally take a place in baseball's promised land. But this year, only one playerù Andre Dawsonù was inducted in to Cooperstown by the Baseball Writers Association of America, the group that annually selects the inductees. Great players like Bert Blyleven and Roberto Alomar were snubbed from a bid, leaving many to question if the Hall of Fame election process presents a conflict of interest for the voters. The baseball writers are around these athletes more than most sports journalists, so they have the opportunity to see them at their best ...

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