The MLB Hall of Fame Class of 2021 was announced on Jan. 26, but no player received the necessary 75 percent needed to gain induction. This is the first time no player was voted into Cooperstown since 2013.
Curt Schilling appeared on 71.1% of ballots, 16 shy of the number needed to get in. Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens finished at 61.8% and 61.6% respectively, and Scott Rolen finished at 52.9%. No other player's name was listed on more than half of this year's ballot.
• No one elected; Schilling requests removal from ballot
• Winners and losers on day nobody got elected into Hall of Fame
• Schoenfield: Breaking down the 2021 ballot
• Schoenfield: Predicting which current stars will make Hall of Fame
2020 Hall of Fame
• Complete coverage of 2020 Hall of Fame class
• Jeter, Walker elected to the Hall of Fame
• Doolittle: Where Jeter really ranks among greatest shortstops
• Schoenfield: Winners and losers of 2020 Hall of Fame voting announcement
• 2020 Baseball Hall of Fame: Whom did our voters pick?
• Schoenfield: Predicting Hall of Fame selections through the 2020s
• Doolittle: Ranking every baseball Hall of Famer
• Marvin Miller and Ted Simmons elected to Hall of Fame
• Doolittle: Miller and Simmons finally get their due
2019 Hall of Fame
• Complete coverage of 2019 Hall of Fame class
• What makes each member of 2019 HOF class a Hall of Famer
• A-Rod: Mo wasn't afraid to chew out 'somebody who needed it -- like me'
• Passan: Why Bonds and Clemens aren't getting into the Hall of Fame