How are the Cooperstown votes going?

25% of the voters for the Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown 2023, have exercised their right and the voting is moving forward.

This Monday the result of 104 voters was announced, 94 votes publicly and 8 of them without the names of the journalists being released.

Dominicans Manny Ramíurez and Alex Rodríguez appear again on the list.

Manny takes 43.1% of the vote, easily surpassing last year’s 28.9%. This will be his 7th. appearance on the ballots, of the maximum of 10 years that each candidate has to reach Cooperstown appear in the votes. Alex Rodríguez appeared for the first time last year with 34.3%, and now appears with an improvement of 45%. However There is still a long way to go as the final results will be announced on Tuesday, January 24. The exaltation ceremony will be on July 23.

So far, only two former players have surpassed the required minimum of 75%. They are first baseman Todd Helton with 78.4%, and third baseman Scott Rolen with 80.0%.

Others who present good numbers of votes are the reliever Billy Wagner with 70.6%, the Puerto Rican Carlos Beltrán with 56.9, Andrew Jones 69.6%. This data appears in Ryan Thibadaux’s daily twitter count.

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