2012 Hall of Fame Voting

Baseball Writers

Baseball Writers Table
Batting Stats Pitching Stats
Rk Name YoB Votes %vote HOFm HOFs Yrs WAR WAR7 JAWS Jpos G AB R H HR RBI SB BB BA OBP SLG OPS OPS+ W L ERA ERA+ WHIP G GS SV IP H HR BB SO Pos Summary
1Barry Larkin3rd49586.4%120471970.243.156.654.82180793713292340198960379939.295.371.444.815116 *6/4D
2Jack Morris13th38266.7%122391844.132.838.462.15681400000.000.000.000.000-1002541863.901051.29654952703824.0356738913902478*1/D
3Jeff Bagwell HOF2nd32156.0%150591579.648.263.954.6215077971517231444915292021401.297.408.540.948149 *3/D9
4Lee Smith10th29050.6%127131829.621.125.434.4102364231203.047.090.094.183-5071923.031321.256102264781289.11133894861251*1
5Tim Raines HOF5th27948.7%90472369.142.255.653.325028872157126051709808081330.294.385.425.810123 *78D4/9
6Alan Trammell11th21136.8%118402070.444.657.554.822938288123123651851003236850.285.352.415.767110 *6D5/478
7Edgar Martinez3rd20936.5%132501868.343.656.055.220557213121922473091261491283.312.418.515.933147 *D*5/3
8Fred McGriff3rd13723.9%100481952.435.844.154.624608757134924904931550721305.284.377.509.886134 *3D
9Larry Walker2nd13122.9%148581772.644.658.658.119886907135521603831311230913.313.400.565.965141 *9387/D45
10Mark McGwire6th11219.5%170421662.041.851.954.618746187116716265831414121317.263.394.588.982163 *3D/59
11Don Mattingly12th10217.8%134341442.235.638.954.61785700310072153222109914588.307.358.471.830127 *3D97/548
12Dale Murphy14th8314.5%116341846.241.043.657.921807960119721113981266161986.265.346.469.815121 *8*9372
13Rafael Palmeiro2nd7212.6%178572071.638.755.254.6283110472166330205691835971353.288.371.515.885132 *3*D7/98
14Bernie Williams1st559.6%134481649.437.543.557.9207678691366233628712571471069.297.381.477.858125 *8D9/7
15X-Juan Gonzalez2nd234.0%123401738.529.133.858.11689655610611936434140426457.295.343.561.904132 *9*D*78
16X-Vinny Castilla1st61.0%69251619.320.720.055.2185468229021884320110533423.276.321.476.79795 *56/43
17X-Tim Salmon1st50.9%34321440.531.636.158.1167259349861674299101648970.282.385.498.884128 *9*D/78
18X-Bill Mueller1st40.7%16231123.819.721.755.21216422366312298549320543.291.373.425.797109 *54/D6
19X-Brad Radke1st20.3%13151245.536.340.962.137829030000.103.103.103.207-461481394.221131.26037837702451.026433264451467*1
20X-Eric Young1st10.2%19251518.716.717.756.917306119996173179543465660.283.359.390.74992 *47/D8695
21X-Javy Lopez1st10.2%66341529.624.927.243.91503531967415272608648357.287.337.491.828112 *2D/3
22X-Jeromy Burnitz1st00.0%34231419.718.519.158.116945710917144731598174739.253.345.481.826112 *987/D
23X-Ruben Sierra1st00.0%58282016.620.418.558.121868044108421523061322142610.268.315.450.765105 *9*D78
24X-Tony Womack1st00.0%2717132.37.14.756.913034963739135336368363308.273.317.356.67372 *4*6987/D
25X-Phil Nevin1st00.0%23191215.819.017.455.212174188584113120874318449.270.343.472.814114 *5*3D279
26X-Brian Jordan1st00.0%24171532.830.331.558.1145651607551454184821119353.282.333.455.788105 *978/3D5
27X-Terry Mulholland1st00.0%1492011.314.512.934.46876192669223113.111.131.145.276-251241424.41931.36468533252575.228332936811325*1
Notes: Each voting cycle, qualified members of the BBWAA name no more than 10 eligible players whom they consider worthy of Hall of Fame honors. To be enshrined, a player must be named on at least 75% of the voters' ballots. Currently, players are removed from the ballot if they are named on fewer than 5% of ballots or have been on the ballot 15 times without election. Changed to 10 times prior to the 2015 election.

"X" means off ballot for future elections. "HOF" means they were selected to the Hall of Fame in a future election.

Veterans Committee

Veterans Committee Table
Batting Stats Pitching Stats Manager
Rk Name Hof_category HOFm HOFs Yrs WAR WAR7 JAWS Jpos G AB R H HR RBI SB BB BA OBP SLG OPS OPS+ W L ERA ERA+ WHIP G GS SV IP H HR BB SO Pos Summary W L W-L%
1Ron Santoas Player88411570.453.862.155.222438143113822543421331351108.277.362.464.826125 *5D4/673
Notes: Various groups of Hall of Fame members and others charged with the induction of players who were not voted in by the BBWAA, as well as Negro League players and non-playing personnel (including managers, owners, and executives). To be enshrined, players must be named on at least 75% of the Committee members' ballots.
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