MLB: To eternity! These are the eligible for Hall of Fame 2022

A few days ago, the long-awaited Hall of Fame induction ceremony took place for figures like Derek Jeter and Larry Walker, who had a career in MLB that allowed them to achieve this achievement. Now it has given way to meet the players who are eligible for the Class 2022 Hall of Fame.

In the last hours, the list of MLB players who may become ‘immortal’ next year has been released as they were presented to those eligible for the 2022 Hall of Fame.

Of the list of 12 ex-major leaguers who would go to the ‘Immortal Precinct’, the ones that stand out the most are Alex Rodríguez, legend of the New York Yankees; David Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox and Tim Lincecum, a pitcher who stood out with the San Francisco Giants.

It should be remembered that among the requirements for a player to be eligible for this, they must have five or more years of retirement as active players and have been a Major League Baseball player for at least 10 years.

Reaching the MLB Baseball Hall of Fame is something few players have ever achieved, as you need to have an outstanding track record among others in various departments.

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