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Andruw Jones Is the Rodney Dangerfield of Major League Baseball



No player garnered the necessary 75 percent of votes from the Baseball Writers Association of America to earn induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame, according to an announcement from the Baseball Hall of Fame.

While this is rare, it has happened 10 other times since the First Class was voted ...

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  1. Andre Dawson barely scraped over the line, at 77.9%, on his 9th year on the ballot. Alas Jones was object of speculation as to the use of PEDs and had the wife-beating arrest. Off-field issues in this era of political correctness mean more than years ago.

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