BELTRE’S FIRST ATTEMP IS LIKELY TO MAKE IT TO THE MLB HALL OF FAME CURRENT VOTE RATE 98.7%

Adrian Beltre, a familiar face to Korean fans as he worked together with Choo Shin-soo (now SSG Landers) in the MLB Texas Rangers, is about to be inducted into the American Baseball Hall of Fame in his first attempt. .As of the 14th, 9 days before the results of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America (BBWAA) Hall of Fame election vote, which will be released on the 23rd (Korean time), Beltre recorded 98.7% of the votes, significantly exceeding the 75% vote rate that is the baseline for induction.

According to the BBWAA Hall of Fame voting tracker, the total number of votes for this year’s BBWAA was 384, and 147 reporters disclosed their voting status as of today.Based on the voting results of 157 reporters, or 41% of the total voters, including 10 who anonymously revealed their votes, the BBWAA Hall of Fame Voting Tracker tallied the voting status for each player. Following Beltre, Joe Mawer (83.4%), Todd Helton (82.8%), and Billy Wagner (79.6%) increased their chances of being inducted.

Former slugger Gary Sheffield, who is the 10th and final candidate to join the BBWAA, received 74.5% of the vote.Beltre is a third baseman with a career total of 3,166 hits, 477 home runs, and 1,707 RBIs, and is also renowned for his solid defense.He received the Gold Glove Award five times, the Silver Slugger Award four times, and was selected as an All-Star four times.Like Mawardo Beltre, who has had a brilliant career as a catcher, winning the American League batting title three times, being the league’s best player, and being an All-Star six times, he is 카지노사이트킹 aiming to enter the Hall of Fame in his first attempt.

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