2022 Baseball Hall of Fame

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The Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2022 will be announced on Jan. 25, with a number of big names hoping for induction. Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens are both in their 10th and final years on the ballot, having both fallen a little more than 14 points short of the 75% threshold in 2021. David Ortiz and Alex Rodriguez are both in their first years on the ballot, but will either receive enough support to avoid a voter shutout like we had in 2021? We'll be tracking every aspect of the voting below, along with a look back at years past.

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2021 Hall of Fame

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2020 Hall of Fame

Complete coverage of 2020 Hall of Fame class
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Schoenfield: Winners and losers of 2020 Hall of Fame voting announcement
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2019 Hall of Fame

Complete coverage of 2019 Hall of Fame class
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