Maddux leads Class of 2014: Baseball Hall of Fame results

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Get ready Cooperstown, Mad Dog is coming to town!

Former pitcher Greg Maddux leads the 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame class, having earned huge support in his first year on the ballot, though 16 voters failed to name him on their ballot.

Full results follow – players who received at least 75% were elected.

2014 NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME VOTING RESULTS

Greg Maddux ... 97.2 ELECTED
Tom Glavine ... 91.9 ELECTED
Frank Thomas ... 83.7 ELECTED
Craig Biggio ... 74.8
Jack Morris ... 61.5
Mike Piazza ... 62.2
Jeff Bagwell ... 54.3
Tim Raines ... 46.1
Roger Clemens ... 35.4
Barry Bonds ... 34.7
Lee Smith ... 29.9
Curt Schilling ... 29.2
Edgar Martinez ... 25.2 
Alan Trammell ... 20.8
Mike Mussina ... 20.3
Jeff Kent ... 15.2
Fred McGriff ... 11.7
Mark McGwire ... 11.0
Larry Walker ... 10.2
Don Mattingly ... 8.2
Sammy Sosa ... 7.2
Rafael Palmeiro ... 4.4
Moises Alou ... 1.1
Hideo Nomo ... 1.1
Luis Gonzalez ... 0.9
J.T. Snow ... 0.4
Eric Gagne ... 0.4
Kenny Rogers ... 0.2
Jacque Jones ... 0.2
Armando Benitez ... 0.2
Ray Durham ... 0.0
Paul Lo Duca ... 0.0
Todd Jones ... 0.0
Sean Casey ... 0.0
Richie Sexson ... 0.0
Mike Timlin ... 0.0
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Dan Holmes

Dan Holmes

Dan Holmes is the author of three books about baseball, including Ty Cobb: A Biography. He previously worked for the National Baseball Hall of Fame, and Major League Baseball Advanced Media. He lives in Michigan where he writes, runs, and enjoys a good orange soda now and again.
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