Heavy hitters Scott Rolen (48) and Todd Helton (50), and fastball closer Billy Wagner (52) challenge to enter the Major League (MLB) Hall of Fame. 안전놀https://negociosyeconomiaonline.com이터
The Hall of Fame voting results will be announced on the morning of the 25th (Korean time).
In order to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, a team must receive at least 75% of the votes of the reporters belonging to the BBWAA.
Rolen recorded 63.2% of the vote last year. As the vote rate increases each year, the possibility of entering this year is increasing.
Rolen won Rookie of the Year in 1997 and is a slugger with three 30-home run seasons and five 100-RBI seasons. He has won the Third Baseman’s Gold Glove eight times.
Helton, who recorded 52% of the vote last year, recorded 369 homers, 1406 RBIs and 1401 RBIs in his 17 major league seasons. His career batting average was a whopping 0.316, and he had 2519 hits. He was a player who had both accuracy and slugging power to the extent that he recorded a 300 batting average for 10 consecutive years. He won the First Baseman’s Gold Glove three times.
Wagner never won the title of salvation king, but he was the leading fastball closer in the major leagues. He posted 422 career big league saves, sixth all-time. In 2010, his final season, he went 7-2 with 37 saves and a 1.43 earned run average, but chose to retire because he wanted to spend time with his family.