The day is finally here. The Hall of Fame ballots will be released today, changing some players lives forever, and putting them with the best that has ever played this game. Some players are easy decisions and others take some serious thought, on if they are a true Hall of Famer or just a great player that fell just a bit short.
Voters have ten spots, for ten names if they choose to use all ten. That is how we will do our ballot’s here at District on Deck. Each writer has ten spots they can fill, if they choose, and then each will have an explanation on why they chose that player to become a Hall of Famer. Will this be the first time we see a first ballot Hall of Famer since Rickey Henderson in 2009?