Cooperstown is a place where the best of the best are remembered for their accomplishments on the field and enshrined into MLB immortality.
However, the 2013 Hall of Fame ballot is surrounded by more controversy than ever with players like Barry Bonds, Rafael Palmeiro and Roger Clemens eligible for induction.
With performance-enhancing drugs associated with these players and more, the 2013 finalists are some of the most contentious to date.
So, how did Bleacher Report's MLB featured columnists vote for this class? Did those suspected or confirmed PED users garner the necessary 75 percent to make it into the Hall of Fame?
What about other guys who have no dark cloud of speculation hanging over their heads?
Here's a look at Bleacher Report's official Hall of Fame voting results from a panel of featured columnists.
Note: The Baseball Writers' Association of America cast official Hall-of-Fame votes. Bleacher Report's tally is purely based on votes by our featured columnists and in no way reflects that of the BBWAA.