Beltre’s first challenge is to join the MLB Hall of Fame

Adrian Beltre, who is familiar to Korean fans because he shared a room with Choo Shin-soo at the Texas Rangers in the Major League, is about to join the U.S. Baseball Hall of Fame.

Ahead of the voting results for the National Baseball Reporters Association (BBWAA) Hall of Fame, which will be released on the 23rd, Beltre currently won 98.7% of the vote, far exceeding the 75% of the enrollment standard.헤라카지노도메인

According to the BBWAA Hall of Fame Voting Tracker, the total number of BBWAA votes this year is 384, and 147 reporters have released their voting status so far.

The BBWAA Hall of Fame Voting Tracker compiled the votes by players based on the results of 157 reporters, or 41% of all voters, by adding 10 anonymous voters.

Following Beltre were Joe Mower (83.4 percent), Todd Helton (82.8 percent), and Billy Wagner (79.6 percent).

Gary Sheffield, a former slugger who ran his final 10th bid to be admitted by the BBWAA vote, received 74.5 percent of the vote.

Beltre is a third baseman who has 3,166 hits, 477 home runs and 1,707 RBIs in his career and also has a reputation for solid defense.

He has received five Gold Gloves, four Silver Slugger and is a four-time All-Star.

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