David Ortiz Elected to Hall of Fame

Baseball writers have deemed just one player worthy of the Hall of Fame this year — David Ortiz — it was announced Tuesday night. He received just shy of 78% of the vote.

In their last year on the ballot, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens received 66% and 65% respectively. Scott Rolen got 63% and idiot Curt Schilling, also in his final year, got 58%. In his first year, Alex Rodriguez received just 34% of the vote.

Here is the complete vote:

David Ortiz: 307 votes, 77.9%

Barry Bonds: 260 votes, 66%

Roger Clemens: 257 votes, 65.2%

Scott Rolen: 249 votes, 63.2%

Curt Schilling: 231 votes, 58.6%

Todd Helton: 205 votes, 52.0%

Billy Wagner: 201 votes, 51.0%

Andruw Jones: 163 votes, 41.1%

Gary Sheffield: 160 votes, 40.6%

Alex Rodriguez: 135 votes, 34.3%

Jeff Kent: 129 votes, 32.7%

Manny Ramirez: 114 votes, 28.9%

Omar Vizquel: 94 votes, 23.9%

Sammy Sosa: 73 votes, 18.5%

Andy Pettitte: 42 votes, 10.7%

Jimmy Rollins: 37 votes, 9.4%

Bobby Abreu: 34 votes, 8.6%

Mark Buehrle: 23 votes, 5.8%

Torii Hunter: 21 votes, 5.3%

Joe Nathan: 17 votes, 4.3%

Tim Hudson: 12 votes, 3.0%

Tim Lincecum: 9 votes, 2.3%

Ryan Howard: 8 votes, 2.0%

Mark Teixeira: 6 votes, 1.5%

Justin Morneau: 5 votes, 1.3%

Jonathan Papelbon: 5 votes, 1.3%

Prince Fielder: 2 votes, 0.5%

A.J. Pierzynski: 2 votes, 0.5%

Carl Crawford: 0 votes, 0%

Jake Peavy: 0 votes, 0%

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