The 2010 Baseball Hall of Fame election is coming up and there is a lot of buzz surrounding this one. There are a few first year players on the ballot that will surely cause some commotion. And of course there are players that have been on the ballot forever. My top picks for election this year are Andre Dawson, Bert Blyleven, Roberto Alomar, Lee Smith, Jack Morris, and Barry Larkin. My top two out of them are Dawson and Blyleven. Dawson has been on the ballot for nine years. He received 67 percent of the vote last year and is the most likely to make it this year. He spent most of his career as an outfielder for the Montreal Expos and Chicago Cubs. He batted .279 with 438 home runs, 2774 hits, 1591 RBIs, 314 stolen bases, and 1373 runs scored. He won the 1977 NL Rookie of the Year Award an ...
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