MLB: Within hours of knowing the results, this is how the voting for the Hall of Fame goes

The long-awaited moment is getting closer as the publication of the Hall of Fame results of the MLB It will be in the next few hours. That is why we share how are the ballots going at the moment and which players would be induced to the ‘Enclosure of the Immortals’ if it ended this Sunday, January 23.

The journalist Héctor Gómez shared through his official Twitter account (@hgomez27) how the votes for the Generation 2022 Hall of Fame are and who has an advantage over the others.

According to the data, David Ortiz already has 83.5% of the votes in his favor at the moment and would be entering the so-called ‘Precinct of the Immortals’ in the first year that appears on the ballot.

Below the former Boston Red Sox are former slugger Barry Bonds with 77.3% of the vote; as well as former Yankees and Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens, with 76.1% for him.

Until this Sunday, January 23, 176 ballots have been released, representing 44.9%. In this way there is a lack of 219, that is, 55.1%; and these will be revealed next Tuesday with the MLB Hall of Fame Ceremony.

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MLB: Within hours of knowing the results, this is how the voting for the Hall of Fame goes