286 game winner Bert Blyleven, and 10 time Gold Glove winning shortstop Roberto Alomar have been recommended by the Baseball Bloggers Alliance for induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.
Both Blyleven and Alomar received 75.97% of the vote, or 117 of 154 of the votes cast by the members of the BBA.
I was one of the members who were honored to vote for the Hall of Fame, and you can find my ballot here.
Barry Larkin, the 1995 MVP Cincinnati Reds shortstop finished third in the balloting, with 70.78% of all ballots cats.
The Baseball Writers Association of America vote for induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame will be released January 5th, live on the MLB Network @ 1PM.