The sports website Deadspin.com has bought an official Hall of Fame ballot from an anonymous Baseball Writers' Association of America member.
They are allowing the public to vote on who they should include in their ballot.
What do you think about this? Is it making a mockery of the process? Do you think the public should have a hand in deciding who makes the Hall of Fame?
And if you want to vote, you can do so here: http://deadspin.com/who-should-be-in-the-baseball-hall-of-fame-vote-now-1476310675Who Should Be In The Baseball Hall Of Fame? Vote Now!deadspin.comHere it is—your chance to vote in the 2013 Baseball Hall of Fame elections!
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The sports website Deadspin has purchased a Hall of Fame ballot from an anonymous BBWAA HOF voter. They will allow readers to decided who should be included on the ballot.
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