On Tuesday, we will finally know who — if anyone — has received enough votes for 2021 Hall of Fame induction, and with no player looking like a sure thing, it seems like an ideal time to look at the voting itself.
This year we saw everything from blank ballots (you seriously waited 10 years to earn the right to vote only to vote for no one? Come on, man.) To seriously questionable votes that seemed geared not towards selecting the best possible player for the Hall, but rather to irritate any baseball fans who happened to look at the ballot.
We also saw, following the events of January 6th in Washington, a crush of voters asking if they could change their votes to remove Curt Schilling after he vocally supported the insurrection.