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Roberto Alomar, a 12-time All Star who had his best years as an infielder with the Toronto Blue Jays, Baltimore Orioles and Cleveland Indians, and Bert Blyleven, a longtime pitcher for the Minnesota Twins who was on the ballot for the 14th time, both were elected yesterday to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
KC's View:
More important than who was elected to the Hall is who was not. Players linked to or even suspected of steroid use did not even come close. As they should not.

Pete Rose, banned from baseball for gambling on the game, apparently got three write-in votes. Which is three more than he should have. IMHO.