When it comes to electing eligibles to the Baseball Hall of Fame, things are going to be different moving forward.
Soon-to-be Hall of Famer Tony La Russa has addressed the intertwined topic of PED use and Cooperstown.
Pete Rose cheated the game when he gambled on baseball. So why do supporters of his use PED use ("cheating") as evidence he should get into the Hall of Fame?
The BBWAA has stripped Dan Le Batard of his Hall of Fame voting privileges after he turned his ballot over to Deadspin.
Former slugger Rafael Palmeiro fell off the Hall of Fame ballot this year after receiving less than five percent of the vote. He told the Baltimore Sun the whole situation is "disheartening."
The 2014 Hall of Fame announcement is less than 24 hours old, but that won't stop us from looking ahead to future ballots. Here's a breakdown of the players joining the ballot in the coming years.
After falling short of induction for the 15th straight year, Jack Morris is no longer eligible to be voted into the Hall of Fame by the BBWAA. Here's a look at everyone who dropped off the ballot in 2014.
Cooperstown will welcome three new players to the Hall of Fame this summer. Here are the guys who just missed the cut.
Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Gary Sheffield will hit the BBWAA Hall of Fame for the first time next offseason.
As voted in by the BBWAA, here is the 2014 Hall of Fame class: Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas. All three men are heading to Cooperstown.

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