BASEBALL EVOLUTION
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Baseball Evolution Hall of Fame Guidelines

How often does voting for the Baseball Evolution Hall of Fame occur?
Voting occurs annually.

Who is eligible?
All current Hall of Famers, currently eligible players, and managers are initially eligible for the Baseball Evolution Hall of Fame.

How does the voting work?
Scott, Keith, and Asher assign a point value to each player on the following scale:

--> two (2) for a sure thing
--> one (1) for a player worth considering
--> zero (0) points for players clearly not deserving

How many points must a player get to make the Baseball Evolution Hall?
In order to be elected to the Baseball Evolution Hall of Fame, a player must receive a minimum of five (5) out of a possible six (6) points. Players receiving three (3) or four (4) votes are not elected, but remain on the ballot for next year, while players receiving fewer than three votes come off the ballot.

Importantly, a candidate may only re-enter the ballot through unanimous re-nomination.







2008 Voting Results | 2008 Vote Review | 2007 Voting Results | 2006 Voting Results | 2006 Voting Review
Guidelines | Commentary | Era and Position | Members | Cooperstown | BaseballEvolution.com

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