JACOBSON: Bagwell, Piazza deserve Hall nod
The most controversial Baseball Hall of Fame vote in recent history ended with a predictable result Wednesday.
For the first time since 1996, the Baseball Writers’ Association of America elected no players to Cooperstown.
Among those denied entrance was a player possessing undoubtedly the greatest offensive statistics in history for his position. A perennial National League All-Star during the 1990s, the only achievement missing from his baseball resumé is a World Series title.
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