Only one player won the writers' election this year for the Baseball Hall of Fame


Scott Rolen, a seven-time All-Star third baseman, played with the Philadelphia, St. Louis, Toronto and Cincinnati teams over a 17-season career. None of the 27 other players won enough votes. (Image credit: Gene J. Puskar/AP) (NPR News Headlines) More More

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