Schilling: 'Fitting' That No One Got Hall Call

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Schilling: 'Fitting' That No One Got Hall Call
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For just the second time in four decades, no players were elected to baseball’s Hall of Fame in what appears to be an indictment of the steroid-tainted stars who were on the ballot for the first time. ESPN analyst Curt Schilling, who himself was on the ballot for the first time and got 38.8 percent of the vote, said it was “fitting” that no one received the required 75 percent of the votes from the Baseball Writers’ Association of America.

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