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Blyleven, Alomar Top Hall of Fame Ballot

AP

The results of the baseball writers' Hall of Fame voting will be announced Wednesday, with Bert Blyleven and Roberto Alomar the most likely to gain induction.

Including Blyleven and Alomar, there are 33 players on the ballot this year, and running down the names and deciding who's worthy and who's not always results in some good debates.

So here are our guesstimates on what percentage of the vote each candidate will receive, keeping in mind that 75 percent gets you into Cooperstown and less than 5 percent drops a player off next year's ballot.

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