Ken Griffey, Jr. received a higher percentage of the vote than anyone else in Hall of Fame balloting. And, he should have.
Ken Griffey, Jr. nearly became the first player unanimously elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Griffey, who received a record 99.3 percent of the vote, was named on 417 of the 420 ballots.
The best day of the offseason is coming up. On Wednesday night at 6 p.m., the new class of the Hall of Fame will be announced. It’s the first time the announcement has come in the evening.
This is a big year for Mike Mussina. He needs to gather momentum for his Hall of Fame bid.