2013 Baseball Hall of Fame Vote: Huge Snubs Who Deserved to Get Inducted

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2013 Baseball Hall of Fame Vote: Huge Snubs Who Deserved to Get Inducted
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There were 37 players on the 2013 ballot for election into the Baseball Hall of Fame. None of them got in.

This hasn't happened since 1996, and only Craig Biggio and Jack Morris even got close to getting enough support from the BBWAA.

You could see this coming a mile away. The 2013 Hall of Fame vote always was going to be controversial, and it only got more and more apparent as we got closer to announcement day that there would be zero new Hall of Famers.

That nobody got in is a mockery of the Hall of Fame voting process. There were enough legit candidates on this year's ballot to create the biggest draft class in the history of the Hall of Fame. 

More than a few players can rightfully claim to have gotten snubbed, but here's a look at the seven biggest snubs of all.

Note: Stats courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com unless otherwise noted. 

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