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Poll: 2018 Baseball Hall of Fame Inductees

See how your votes compare to other baseball enthusiasts' Hall of Fame picks

Cast your vote ahead of the Baseball Writers' Association of America and let us know who you think should be among the newest members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Tell us your top picks for the Class of 2018 and see how your votes stack up below!

NOTE: This poll is for entertainment purposes only and has no influence on which players are chosen to be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Only BBWAA members are eligible to vote for Hall of Fame inductees.

Trevor Hoffman

Trevor Hoffman

This seven-time All Star was the first pitcher to reach the 600-save plateau over the course of his eighteen-year career. Hoffman has the best hits-per-innings-pitched ratio among any qualifying relief pitcher.

Vladimir Guerrero

Vladimir Guerrero

Guerrero is an eight-time Silver Slugger Award Winner known for his powerful throwing arm in right field. He hit .318 during his 16-year career with the Expos, angels, Rangers and Orioles for a total of 449 home runs, 2590 hits, 1496 RBI. Guerro was named the 2004 American League Most Valuable Player.

Edgar Martínez

Edgar Martínez

Martínez is a seven-time All-Star who won five Silver Sluggers. He twice finished among the top 10 in AL MVP voting and hit .300 or better in ten different seasons. Martínez is the Mariners’ all-time leader in runs, doubles, walks, RBI, extra-base hits, and total bases. In 2004 the MLB named its award for the most outstanding designated hitter in his honor.

Roger Clemens

Roger Clemens

This eleven-time All Star won a record seven Cy Young Awards, was the 1986 AL MVP, and won the pitching Triple Crown in back-to-back seasons. Clemens led his league and ranks among the game’s best in career strikeouts, games started, and wins. He was a two-time World Champion with the Yankees.

Barry Bonds

Barry Bonds

Bonds is baseball’s all-time home run king. He won seven NL MVP awards—the most of any player in history. Bonds is a fourteen-time All Star, a twelve-time Silver Slugger Award winner, and an eight-time Gold Glove Winner. He is also baseball’s all-time leader in walks and intentional walks and powered the Giants to the NL pennant in 2002.

Mike Mussina

Mike Mussina

At 39, this five-time All-Star became the oldest pitcher to post his first career 20-win season. Mussina won seven AL Gold Glove Awards on the mound and received Cy Young Award votes in nine different seasons. Mussina won a total of 270 games and was a member of the American League champions, the Yankees, in 2001 and 2003.

Curt Schilling

Curt Schilling

Schilling was a six-time All Star pitcher who played for three World Series champions, including the 2004 Red Sox where his “bloody sock” became infamous. He recorded three 300-strikeout seasons, the third-most in history. Schilling owns the best strikeout-to-walk ratio of any modern era pitcher.

Manny Ramirez

Manny Ramirez

Martínez is a seven-time All-Star who won five Silver Sluggers. He twice finished among the top 10 in AL MVP voting and hit .300 or better in ten different seasons. Martínez is the Mariners’ all-time leader in runs, doubles, walks, RBI, extra-base hits, and total bases. In 2004 the MLB named its award for the most outstanding designated hitter in his honor.

Larry Walker

Larry Walker

This five-time All-Star outfielder won the 1997 National League MVP with Colorado, when he became 14th player in National League history to hit 30 home runs and the steal 30 bases that seasons. Walker won 3 battling titles, 3 silver slugger awards, and 7 Gold Glove Awards for his play in right field.

Fred McGriff

Fred McGriff

McGriff is a five-time All-Star who won three Silver Slugger Awards at first base and finished in the top 10 of MVP voting six times. He paced his league in home runs twice and games played once and was a member of the 1995 World Series Champion Atlanta Braves.

Jeff Kent

Jeff Kent

This five-time All-Star collected four Silver Slugger Awards at second base and helped power the Giants to the NL pennant in 2002. He hit 351 home runs while at the keystone sack—the most ever hit by a second baseman. Kent was the NL MVP in 2000 and finished in the top 10 in league MVP voting three other times.

Gary Sheffield

Gary Sheffield

Sheffield is a nine-time All Star who won 5 Silver Sluggers and finished among Top 10 in league MVP voting 6 times. He compiled eight 30-plus home run seasons, hit at least .300 in eight seasons, and was a member of the 1997 World Series championship team, the Marlins.

Billy Wagner

Billy Wagner

This left-handed reliever used a wipe-out slider to keep hitters at Bay. Wagner recorded 422 career saves — the second-highest total among left-handed relievers and the fifth-highest-overall — during his 16-year career with the Astros, Phillies, Mets, Red Sox, and Braves.

Sammy Sosa

Sammy Sosa

Sosa is a seven-time All Star who won the 1998 NL MVP. He collected six Silver Slugger Awards in the outfield and topped the 30-homer mark eleven times. Sosa paced the league three times in total bases, runs scored, and games played, and twice in homers and RBI. He ranks eighth in all-time home runs.

Chipper Jones

Chipper Jones

Jones is an eight-time All-Star, NL MVP in 1999 and played all 19 seasons with the Braves. He hit a staggering .287 in 21 postseason series and finished his career with a .301 batting average.

Jim Thome

Jim Thome

Thome is a five-time All-Star who hit 612 home runs over 22 seasons with Indians, Phillies, White Sox, Dodgers, Twins and Orioles. In 1996, he won Silver Slugger Award at third base. He finished his career with 1,583 runs scored, 1,699 RBI and 1,747 walks.

Scott Rolen

Scott Rolen

Rolen is a seven-time All-Star and eight-time Gold Glove Award winner at third base who played 17 seasons for Phillies, Cardinals, Blue Jays and Reds. He won 1997 National League Rookie of the Year Award and reached the 20-homer mark 10 times. He finished his career with 1,287 RBI and 316 home runs.

Andruw Jones

Andruw Jones

Jones won the 2005 Hank Aaron Award. During his career, he was selected five times as an All-Star. He finished his career with 434 home runs and 1,289 RBI.

Johan Santana

Johan Santana

Santana’s pitching career spanned 12 years while playing for the Twins and Mets. He won the Triple Crown in 2006, Gold Glove in 2007 and pitched a no-hitter on June 1, 2012. He ended his career with a 139-78 record, 3.20 ERA and 1,988 strikeouts.

Johnny Damon

Johnny Damon

Damon played for the Royals, A’s, Red Sox, Yankees, Tigers, Rays and Indians, During this time, he totaled 2,769 hits, 522 doubles, 408 stolen bases and finished with a career batting average of .284.

Carlos Zambrano

Carlos Zambrano

Zambrano is a three-time All-Star and Silver Slugger Award winner. He pitched for both the Cubs and Marlins. He ended his career with a 132-91 record, 3.66 ERA and 1,637 strikeouts. He also pitched a no-hitter on September 14, 2008.

Jamie Moyer

Jamie Moyer

Moyer is a two-time 20-game winner who posted 269 victories over 25 seasons for Cubs, Rangers, Cardinals, Orioles, Red Sox, Mariners, Phillies and Rockies. He was named to 2003 American League All-Star team and won the Hutch Award, the Lou Gehrig Memorial Award and the Roberto Clemente Award in the same year.

Omar Vizquel

Omar Vizquel

Vizquel is an eleven-time Gold Glove Award-winning shortstop and three-time All-Star who played 24 seasons for Mariners, Indians, Giants, Rangers, White Sox and Blue Jays. He finished his career with 2,877 hits, 404 stolen bases and 1,445 runs scored. He also led his league in fielding percentage six times.

Chris Carpenter

Chris Carpenter

Carpenter pitched 15 seasons for the Blue Jays and Cardinals. A three-time all-star, he led the NL in ERA in 2009. He also posted a 3.00 ERA in 18 postseason starts.

Livan Hernandez

Livan Hernandez

As a two-time all-star who pitched 17 seasons was a part of the Marlins, Giants, Expos, Nationals, Diamondbacks, Twins, Rockies, Mets, Braves and Brewers. In 1997, he won the NLCS MVP as well as the World Series MVP. He had 178 wins during his career.

Orlando Hudson

Orlando Hudson

Hudson is a two-time All-Star and four-time Golden Glove winner who played for the Blue Jays, Diamondbacks, Dodgers, Twins Padres and White Sox in a career that spanned a decade. He finished his career with a batting average of .279, 93 homers and 542 RBI.

Kevin Millwood

Kevin Millwood

Millwood won 169 games over 16 seasons with Braves, Phillies, Indians, Rangers, Orioles, Rockies and Mariners. He led the National League with three shutouts in 2003 and the American League in ERA in 2005 with a mark of 2.86.

Kerry Wood

Kerry Wood

Wood is a two-time All-Star and 1998 National League Rookie of the Year. He played 14 seasons for Cubs, Indians and Yankees. He posted 86 wins and 63 saves in 446 career games. On May 6, 1998, Wood struck out 20 batters in a one-hitter to tie the record for most strikeouts in a nine-inning game.

Carlos Lee

Carlos Lee

Three-time All-Star and two-time Silver Slugger Award winner, Lee played 14 years for the White Sox, Brewers, Rangers, Astros and Marlin. He hit 20-or-more home runs in 10 seasons and finished his career with a .285 batting average, 358 home runs and 1,363 RBI.

Aubrey Huff

Aubrey Huff

Huff drove in 100-plus runs three times and topped the 20 homerun mark seven times. He’s a two-time World Champion and played 13 seasons. He also earned a Sliver Slugger award in 2008.

Hideki Matsui

Hideki Matsui

Matsui debuted in the MLB at 29, is a two-time All-Star and 2009 World Series MVP and played 10 seasons for Yankees, Angels, A’s and Rays. He drove in 100-plus runs in four seasons and topped the 20-homer mark five times He finished his career with 175 home runs and 760 RBI.

Jason Isringhausen

Jason Isringhausen

In 2004, he led the NL with 47 saves as a member of the league-champion Cardinals. With 300 career saves, he was a 16-season veteran that twice earned the title of All-Star.

Brad Lidge

Brad Lidge

Lidge is a two-time All-Star who pitched 11 seasons for the Astros, Phillies and Nationals. He topped the 25-save mark in six seasons, eclipsed 40 saves twice and finished in Top 10 of NL Cy Young Award voting twice. He also won the 2008 NL Rolaids Relief Man Award in 2008.