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The 2013 Baseball HOF Ballot Results: No One is Deemed Worthy

The writers have spoken with their votes and not one former player from the 2013 induction class will be on the stage in July. Craig Biggio was the closest for inclusion, getting 68 percent of the votes.

Well, voting has completed on the 2013 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot. For just the third time since I believe 1965, no one was voted into the Hall of Fame. It's not too surprising since some of the veterans on the list have been available for induction for years without getting in and the first-timers weren't quite up to snuff for inclusion or have the dreaded PED cloud hanging over them. The writers made clear the suspected PED users weren't even close.

The results are below (number of votes, name and percentage of votes - 75% is needed to be elected):

388

Craig Biggio

68.20%

385

Jack Morris

67.70%

339

Jeff Bagwell

59.60%

329

Mike Piazza

57.80%

297

Tim Raines

52.20%

272

Lee Smith

47.80%

221

Curt Schilling

38.80%

214

Roger Clemens

37.60%

206

Barry Bonds

36.20%

204

Edgar Martinez

35.90%

191

Alan Trammell

33.60%

123

Larry Walker

21.60%

118

Fred McGriff

20.70%

106

Dale Murphy

18.60%

96

Mark McGwire

16.90%

75

Don Mattingly

13.20%

71

Sammy Sosa

12.50%

50

Rafael Palmeiro

8.80%

19

Bernie Williams

3.30%

18

Kenny Lofton

3.20%

16

Sandy Alomar Jr.

2.80%

6

Julio Franco

1.10%

5

David Wells

0.90%

4

Steve Finley

0.70%

2

Shawn Green

0.40%

1

Aaron Sele

0.20%

0

Jeff Cirillo

0.00%

0

Royce Clayton

0.00%

0

Jeff Conine

0.00%

0

Roberto Hernandez

0.00%

0

Ryan Klesko

0.00%

0

Jose Mesa

0.00%

0

Reggie Sanders

0.00%

0

Mike Stanton

0.00%

0

Todd Walker

0.00%

0

Rondell White

0.00%

0

Woody Williams

0.00%