Odds of MLB's Top Hall of Fame Candidates Getting Elected in 2014

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterJuly 27, 2013

The 2014 MLB Hall of Fame vote will be far more interesting than in years past.

In 2013, the voters failed to induct any former stars, but that should change with familiar names they will be rather comfortable voting for.  

Join MLB Lead Writer Zachary Rymer and MLB Contributor Gabe Zaldivar as they break down the odds of each big name to once again hit the ballot as well as newcomers who are in store for quite the remarkable turn in their lives.

Of course, the ongoing drama over PED’s will only serve to push some of the more infamous players further down the list of likely Hall of Famers.

With the likes of Frank Thomas, Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine hitting the ballot, we are nearly assured of seeing some new inductees next year.

Please note that we are merely speculating who might have the best shot, and we certainly need your help.

Go ahead and make an argument for your favorite star from years gone by in the comments section below.

    

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