Baseball Hall of Fame 2012: Odds of Every Top Candidate Getting Enshrined

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Baseball Hall of Fame 2012: Odds of Every Top Candidate Getting Enshrined
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On Monday afternoon, the baseball world will know the results of the voting for the players eligible for the Hall of Fame. There are some notable first-timers on the ballot, including long-time New York Yankees center fielder Bernie Williams, Atlanta Braves/Baltimore Orioles catcher Javy Lopez and right fielder/designated hitter Vinny Castilla.

However, much of the attention is focused on players who have already been voted on in recent years and failed to meet the required 75 percent of the ballot necessary to be inducted.

Bleacher Report will take a look at the top 10 candidates and rate their chances of being enshrined in the Hall of Fame.

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