The Hall of Fame voting for 2014 will result in great rejoicing throughout the land.
Actually, "great rejoicing throughout the land" may be something of a relative measurement there. I mean great rejoicing throughout the land relative to the reaction to the last Hall of Fame vote, which seemed to be a blend of anger and dismay.
A Hall of Fame vote without any winners is a letdown for not only the unsuccessful candidates but for their legions of fans. And the fact that no candidate for the 2013 Hall class received the necessary 75 percent of the vote served only to exacerbate the debate over the standing of the candidates who had been connected to the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
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