Editor’s Note: We here at Rox Pile have all decided to make our own hypothetical Hall of Fame ballots since the results of the real Hall of Fame ballots will be released in less than two weeks. We started on Wednesday with editor/co-expert Noah Yingling’s hypothetical Hall of Fame ballot. We featured the hypothetical ballot of Brady Vernon in our second installment in our Hall of Fame ballot series on Thursday. On Friday, we featured Ryan Ladika’s hypothetical ballot.
Each of the three ballots featured nine or ten players on the ballot. However, today, Olivia Greene’s ballot features less players than the ballots in the previous three installments.
This is one of my favorite times of the year in baseball. You get to see your favorite players from past eras be awarded one of the most coveted things in baseball. As you may know, it’s now time for members of the BBWAA to place their picks on who they believe should be inducted into the Hall of Fame for 2018. There are 33 players on the ballot this year (to see the original 2018 ballot with all the candidates click here) and voters can only vote for a maximum of ten but in my hypothetical ballot, I do not use all ten.