If you think that the 2021 Hall of Fame vote is a controversial debate about statistics, roles, and PED, wait until Alex Rodriguez and David Ortiz join next year. This is not only the first opportunity for writers to weigh Rodriguez and Ortiz, but it will also be the last chance for Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, and Curt Schilling to vote (although Schilling did ask to be removed from his last year). Voting) and Sammy Sosa (Sammy Sosa).
Although the voting rates of Bonds and Clemens have increased in recent years, BBWAA has not been able to select them, even though they are the two statistically best players in game history. Sosa hit 609 home runs and has not cleared 20% of the data. Schilling has won 21
Now, Rodriguez and Ortiz will join this race, which may be the hardest thing in the 2022 ballot, to clarify how we will handle it all.