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  • Our Mets Hall of Fame - election 60

    This is the sixtieth election for Our Mets Hall of Fame. Last time, we elected nobody.

    Rules

    For the original rules and specifications for this Hall of Fame, see:

    http://www.baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=83894

    New, additional rules:

    1) When voting, consider the player’s Mets career only. If you choose to vote “none of the above,” you must explain your decision or your vote will not count.

    2) It is not necessary that you explain your other votes, however it is still encouraged that you do so.

    3) I feel forced to note that the Veteran's Committee is a VALID election process, as a player IS eligible past 15 elections, if they meet certain criteria.

    4) If you vote in a manner deemed suspect and three or more other voters ask you to explain your vote, and you do not, your vote will be disqualified.

    5) For elections to end outright, a series of three straight elections in which no one is elected must occur. This rule is flexible and can be altered if the voters see fit.

    6) Voters must limit their ballot to fifteen players.

    New on the ballot:

    Robert Carson
    Ronny Cedeno
    Josh Edgin
    Jack Egbert
    Jeurys Familia
    Frank Francisco
    Justin Hampson
    Matt Harvey
    Jeremy Hefner
    Rob Johnson
    Fred Lewis
    Zach Lutz
    Collin McHugh
    Kirk Nieuwenhuis
    Garrett Olson
    Omar Quintanilla
    Elvin Ramirez
    Ramon Ramirez
    Jon Rauch
    Vinny Rottino
    Kelly Shoppach
    Andres Torres
    Jordany Valdespin

    Dropped from the last ballot:

    Nick Evans
    Jason Isringhausen
    Angel Pagan

    Code:
    
    Player:          Times on ballot:          Election percentage:           When inducted:
    
    Tommie Agee             2                           80.00                   8th election 
    Edgardo Alfonzo         1                           80.00                   34th election
    Wally Backman           2                           85.71                   20th election
    Carlos Beltran          1                           88.89                   44th election
    Ken Boswell             1 (SVC)                     83.33                   Old-Timers election
    Hubie Brooks            3 (VC)                      85.71                   6th VC election
    Gary Carter             1                           92.31                   24th election 
    Endy Chavez             3                           75.00                   47th election
    Donn Clendenon          14                          85.71                   20th election
    David Cone              2                           87.50                   27th election
    Roger Craig             6 (VC)                      85.71                   6th VC election
    Ron Darling             2                           84.62                   23rd election
    Carlos Delgado          3                           87.50                   47th election
    Lenny Dykstra           12                          80.00                   35th election
    Pedro Feliciano         11                          75.00                   48th election   
    Sid Fernandez           1                           84.62                   23rd election 
    Cliff Floyd             1  (VC)                     80.00                   9th VC election
    Doug Flynn              1 (SVC)                     83.33                   Mid-Era Mets election
    John Franco             5                           81.82                   33rd election
    Wayne Garrett           1 (SVC)                     100.00                  Old-Timers election
    Gary Gentry             1 (SVC)                     83.33                   Old-Timers election
    Tom Glavine             10                          83.33                   51st election
    Dwight Gooden           1                           100.00                  23rd election
    Jerry Grote             1                           100.00                  5th election
    Bud Harrelson           1                           100.00                  4th election
    Keith Hernandez         1                           100.00                  22nd election
    Gil Hodges              1                           77.78                   1st election
    Ron Hodges              9 (VC)                      80.00                   9th VC election
    Todd Hundley            1 (VC)                      85.71                   6th VC election
    Ron Hunt                11                          77.78                   12th election
    Al Jackson              7 (VC)                      75.00                   7th VC election
    Howard Johnson          1                           84.62                   24th election
    Cleon Jones             1                           100.00                  2nd election
    Bobby J. Jones          7                           85.71                   38th election
    Dave Kingman            2                           81.25                   15th election
    Ray Knight              6                           75.00                   28th election
    Jerry Koosman           1                           100.00                  6th election
    Ed Kranepool            1                           88.89                   1st election
    Terry Leach             5 (VC)                      85.71                   8th VC election
    Al Leiter               2                           85.71                   38th election
    Skip Lockwood           7                           85.71                   20th election
    Jon Matlack             1                           81.82                   10th election
    Lee Mazzilli            1                           75.00                   15th election
    Roger McDowell          11                          80.00                   34th election
    Tug McGraw              1                           90.00                   4th election
    Kevin McReynolds        2 (VC)                      75.00                   7th VC election
    Felix Millan            1                           77.78                   12th election
    John Milner             2 (VC)                      100.00                  2nd VC election
    Bob Ojeda               1 (VC)                      100.00                  5th VC election
    John Olerud             1                           75.00                   36th election
    Rey Ordonez             5                           75.00                   40th election
    Jesse Orosco            2                           77.78                   19th election
    Mike Piazza             1                           91.67                   37th election 
    Rick Reed               4                           75.00                   40th election
    Jose Reyes              1                           100.00                  42nd election
    Johan Santana           3                           75.00                   49th election
    Tom Seaver              1                           91.67                   6th election
    Rusty Staub             1                           85.71                   11th election
    John Stearns            3                           83.33                   16th election
    Darryl Strawberry       1                           90.00                   22nd election
    Craig Swan              1 (VC)                      83.33                   3rd VC election
    Ron Swoboda             10                          75.00                   13th election
    Ron Taylor              1 (SVC)                    83.33                    Old-Timers election
    Marv Throneberry        3 (VC)                      83.33                   3rd VC election
    Robin Ventura           1                           85.71                   38th election
    Billy Wagner            6                           75.00                   50th election
    Turk Wendell            4                           75.00                   40th election
    Mookie Wilson           1                           88.89                   19th election
    David Wright            1                           100.00                  43rd election
    
    *SVC = Special Veterans Committee election.
    
    
    Manager:          Times on ballot:          Election percentage:           When inducted:
    
    Yogi Berra               5                           88.89                   5th Mgr. election
    Gil Hodges               1                           90.00                   1st Mgr. election
    Davey Johnson            1                           100.00                  1st Mgr. election
    Willie Randolph          8                           75.00                   8th Mgr. election
    Casey Stengel            4                           87.50                   4th Mgr. election 
    Bobby Valentine          2                           100.00                  2nd Mgr. election
    
    Coach:          Times on ballot:          Election percentage:           When inducted:
    
    Yogi Berra             2                           90.00                   2nd Coaches election
    Harvey Haddix          10                          85.71                   10th Coaches Election
    Bud Harrelson          2                           75.00                   4th Coaches election       
    Whitey Herzog          6                           75.00                   6th Coaches election 
    Vern Hoscheit          11                          83.33                   14th Coaches election
    Al Jackson             7                           77.78                   12th Coaches election
    Roy McMillan           13                          83.33                   14th Coaches election
    Joe Pignatano          1                           90.00                   1st Coaches election
    Bill Robinson          1                           87.50                   3rd Coaches election
    Mel Stottlemyre        1                           87.50                   3rd Coaches election
    Rube Walker            2                           90.00                   2nd Coaches election
    Bobby Valentine        4                           87.50                   6th Coaches election
    Mookie Wilson          3                           75.00                   6th Coaches election
    Eddie Yost             3                           75.00                   3rd Coaches election
    
    Executive:          Times on ballot:          Election percentage:           When inducted:
    
    Frank Cashen              1                            100.00                  1st Executives election
    Bing Devine               3                            100.00                  3rd Executives election
    Nelson Doubleday          1                            77.78                   2nd Executives election
    Whitey Herzog             1                            88.89                   2nd Executives election
    Jay Horwitz               5                            75.00                   10th Executives election
    Joe McIlvaine             3                            75.00                   3rd Executives election
    Robert Moses              9                            75.00                   10th Executives election
    Johnny Murphy             1                            75.00                   1st Executives election
    Joan Whitney Payson       1                            77.78                   2nd Executives election
    Bill Shea                 1                            100.00                  2nd Executives election
    
    Announcer:          Times on ballot:          Election percentage:           When inducted:
    
    Gary Cohen                1                             91.67                   1st Announcers election
    Ron Darling               6                             75.00                   6th Announcers election
    Keith Hernandez           4                             80.00                   4th Announcers election
    Ralph Kiner               1                             100.00                  2nd Announcers election
    Tim McCarver              4                             77.77                   5th Announcers election
    Bob Murphy                1                             100.00                  2nd Announcers election
    Lindsey Nelson            1                             100.00                  2nd Announcers election
    Howie Rose                1                             100.00                  3rd Announcers election
    
    Contributor:          Times on ballot:          Election percentage:           When inducted:    
    
    Karl Ehrhardt             2                             87.50                    2nd Contributors election
    Pete Flynn                2                             87.50                    2nd Contributors election
    Jane Jarvis               1                             78.57                    1st Contributors election   
    Mr. Met                   3                             83.33                    3rd Contributors election
    Bill Webb                 2                             100.00                   3rd Contributors election
    Code:
    Holdovers:
    
    Player:          Times on ballot:          Previous percentage:          High percentage: 
    
    RA Dickey             5                      14.29                       20.00
    
    Holdovers dropped:
    
    Nick Evans...lack of support
    Jason Isringhausen...lack of support
    Daniel Murphy...lack of support
    Angel Pagan...lack of support
    
    Last year of eligibility:
    
    None.
    Code:
    Returnees:
    
    There are many players who dropped off the ballot previously that played with the Mets in 2012. These players are returning to the ballot because this one season may have changed your opinion on them in terms of Hall of Fame worthiness. Rules are slightly different for these individuals. 
    
    Different rules:
    
    1) They can appear on a maximum of five ballots, including this one, or until their 15th year of eligibility.
    2) They must receive at least 10% of the electorate's support each year to remain on the ballot.
    3) If they have already reached their 15th year of eligibility or have reached then dropped out of the Veteran's Committee, they can appear on no more than three ballots, including this one. 
    
    List of Returnees:
    
    Manny Acosta
    Miguel Batista
    Mike Baxter
    Jason Bay
    Pedro Beato
    Tim Byrdak
    DJ Carrasco
    Ike Davis
    RA Dickey
    Lucas Duda
    Dillon Gee
    Scott Hairston
    Mike Nickeas
    Jonathon Niese
    Bobby Parnell
    Josh Satin
    Chris Schwinden
    Ruben Tejada
    Josh Thole
    Justin Turner
    Chris Young
    
    Note: There are some players who are currently on the Veteran's Committee ballot - Daniel Murphy and Mike Pelfrey, specifically - and are therefore ineligible for the Returnees list.
    Code:
    Number of voters in each election:
    
    Election 1: 18
    Election 2: 8
    Election 3: 9
    Election 4: 10
    Election 5: 9
    Election 6: 12
    Election 7: 10
    Election 8: 10
    Election 9: 10
    Election 10: 11
    Election 11: 14
    Election 12: 9
    Election 13: 8
    Election 14: 15
    Election 15: 16
    Election 16: 12
    Election 17: 14
    Election 18: 18
    Election 19: 9 (5 DQed)
    Election 20: 7
    Election 21: 8
    Election 22: 10
    Election 23: 13
    Election 24: 13
    Election 25: 11
    Election 26: 13 (1 DQed)
    Election 27: 16
    Election 28: 12
    Election 29: 7
    Election 30: 11 (1 DQed)
    Election 31: 8
    Election 32: 10
    Election 33: 11 (1 DQed)
    Election 34: 10
    Election 35: 10
    Election 36: 12
    Election 37: 12
    Election 38: 7 (1 DQed)
    Election 39: 8
    Election 40: 8 (1 DQed)
    Election 41: 7 (3 DQed)
    Election 42: 8
    Election 43: 9 (2 DQed)
    Election 44: 9 (1 DQed)
    Election 45: 7
    Election 46: 7 (1 DQed)
    Election 47: 8
    Election 48: 8 
    Election 49: 8
    Election 50: 8
    Election 51: 6
    Election 52: 8
    Election 53: 8
    Election 54: 6 (2 DQed)
    Election 55: 7
    Election 56: 8
    Election 57: 8 (2 DQed)
    Election 58: 5
    Election 59: 6 (1 DQed)
    
    Manager election 1: 10
    Manager election 2: 11
    Manager election 3: 8
    Manager election 4: 8 (1 DQed)
    Manager election 5: 9 (2 DQed)
    Manager election 6: 8 (1 DQed)
    Manager election 7: 5 (2 DQed)
    Manager election 8: 4 (2 DQed)
    
    Coaches election 1: 10 (1 DQed)
    Coaches election 2: 10
    Coaches election 3: 8
    Coaches election 4: 8
    Coaches election 5: 6
    Coaches election 6: 8
    Coaches election 7: 7 (1 DQed)
    Coaches election 8: 7
    Coaches election 9: 8
    Coaches election 10: 7
    Coaches election 11: 7
    Coaches election 12: 9 (2 DQed)
    Coaches election 13: 7 (1 DQed)
    Coaches election 14: 6 (1 DQed)
    Coaches election 15: 8 (1 DQed)
    Coaches election 16: 8
    Coaches election 17: 8
    Coaches election 18: 7
    Coaches election 19: 8
    Coaches election 20: 6
    
    Executives election 1: 12
    Executives election 2: 9
    Executives election 3: 9
    Executives election 4: 5
    Executives election 5: 6
    Executives election 6: 7
    Executives election 7: 8
    Executives election 8: 8
    Executives election 9: 7
    Executives election 10: 4
    
    Announcers election 1: 12
    Announcers election 2: 9
    Announcers election 3: 7 (1 DQed)
    Announcers election 4: 12
    Announcers election 5: 9
    Announcers election 6: 8
    Announcers election 7: 4
    Announcers election 8: 4
    
    Contributors election 1: 14
    Contributors election 2: 8
    Contributors election 3: 6
    Hall of Fame Stats

    # of players in Our Mets Hall of Fame: 69
    # of players elected by regular election: 52
    # of players elected by Veteran's Committee: 17
    # of managers in Our Mets Hall of Fame: 6
    # of coaches in Our Mets Hall of Fame: 14
    # of executives in Our Mets Hall of Fame: 10
    # of announcers in Our Mets Hall of Fame: 7
    # of contributors in Our Mets Hall of Fame: 5
    Avg. # of players elected during each regular election: 0.88
    Avg. # of players elected during each Veteran's Committee election: 1.55
    Avg. # of managers elected during each election: 0.75
    Avg. # of coaches elected during each election: 0.70
    Avg. # of executives elected during each election: 1
    Avg. # of announcers elected during each election: 0.88
    Avg. # of contributors elected during each election: 1.67

    Players Elected by Primary Decade (in terms of games played)


    1960s (7): Roger Craig, Gil Hodges, Ron Hunt, Al Jackson, Ron Swoboda, Ron Taylor, Marv Throneberry
    1970s (21): Tommie Agee, Ken Boswell, Donn Clendenon, Doug Flynn, Wayne Garrett, Gary Gentry, Jerry Grote, Bud Harrelson, Ron Hodges, Cleon Jones, Jerry Koosman, Ed Kranepool, Skip Lockwood, Jon Matlack, Tug McGraw, Felix Millan, John Milner, Tom Seaver, Rusty Staub, John Stearns, Craig Swan
    1980s (19): Wally Backman, Hubie Brooks, Gary Carter, Ron Darling, Lenny Dykstra, Sid Fernandez, Dwight Gooden, Keith Hernandez, Howard Johnson, Dave Kingman, Ray Knight, Terry Leach, Lee Mazzilli, Roger McDowell, Kevin McReynolds, Bob Ojeda, Jesse Orosco, Darryl Strawberry, Mookie Wilson
    1990s (9): Edgardo Alfonzo, David Cone, John Franco, Todd Hundley, Bobby J. Jones, John Olerud, Rey Ordonez, Rick Reed, Turk Wendell
    2000s (13): Carlos Beltran, Endy Chavez, Carlos Delgado, Pedro Feliciano, Cliff Floyd, Tom Glavine, Al Leiter, Mike Piazza, Jose Reyes, Johan Santana, Robin Ventura, Billy Wagner, David Wright

    Managers Elected by Primary Decade (in terms of games managed)

    1960s (2): Gil Hodges, Casey Stengel
    1970s (1): Yogi Berra
    1980s (1): Davey Johnson
    1990s (1): Bobby Valentine
    2000s (1): Willie Randolph

    Coaches Elected by Primary Decade (in terms of most years in decade with team)

    1960s (3): Yogi Berra, Harvey Haddix, Whitey Herzog
    1970s (4): Roy McMillan, Joe Pignatano, Rube Walker, Eddie Yost
    1980s (5): Bud Harrelson, Vern Hoscheit, Bill Robinson, Mel Stottlemyre, Bobby Valentine
    1990s (2): Al Jackson, Mookie Wilson
    2000s (0):

    Please limit your ballot to a maximum of 15 names.
    10
    Manny Acosta
    0.00%
    0
    Miguel Batista
    0.00%
    0
    Mike Baxter
    0.00%
    0
    Jason Bay
    0.00%
    0
    Pedro Beato
    0.00%
    0
    Tim Byrdak
    0.00%
    0
    DJ Carrasco
    0.00%
    0
    Robert Carson
    0.00%
    0
    Ronny Cedeno
    0.00%
    0
    Ike Davis
    10.00%
    1
    RA Dickey
    50.00%
    5
    Lucas Duda
    0.00%
    0
    Josh Edgin
    0.00%
    0
    Jack Egbert
    0.00%
    0
    Jeurys Familia
    0.00%
    0
    Frank Francisco
    0.00%
    0
    Dillon Gee
    0.00%
    0
    Scott Hairston
    0.00%
    0
    Justin Hampson
    0.00%
    0
    Matt Harvey
    0.00%
    0
    Jeremy Hefner
    0.00%
    0
    Rob Johnson
    0.00%
    0
    Fred Lewis
    0.00%
    0
    Zach Lutz
    0.00%
    0
    Collin McHugh
    0.00%
    0
    Jenrry Mejia
    0.00%
    0
    Mike Nickeas
    0.00%
    0
    Jonathon Niese
    0.00%
    0
    Kirk Nieuwenhuis
    0.00%
    0
    Garret Olson
    0.00%
    0
    Bobby Parnell
    0.00%
    0
    Omar Quintanilla
    0.00%
    0
    Elvin Ramirez
    0.00%
    0
    Ramon Ramirez
    0.00%
    0
    Jon Rauch
    0.00%
    0
    Vinny Rottino
    0.00%
    0
    Josh Satin
    0.00%
    0
    Chris Schwinden
    0.00%
    0
    Kelly Shoppach
    0.00%
    0
    Ruben Tejada
    0.00%
    0
    Josh Thole
    0.00%
    0
    Andres Torres
    0.00%
    0
    Justin Turner
    0.00%
    0
    Jordany Valdespin
    0.00%
    0
    Chris Young
    0.00%
    0
    None of the above
    40.00%
    4

    The poll is expired.

    Last edited by Cowtipper; 10-08-2012, 03:26 AM.

  • #2
    Another season is over and you know what that means - it's time for another round of Our Mets Hall of Fame voting. Yay!

    Comment


    • #3
      I'm voting for RA Dickey - his was a Mets year for the ages, on a pitching-heavy franchise.
      Cleon Jones catches a deep fly ball in F. Scott Fitzgerald's Valley of the Ashes, and a second-grader smiles in front of the black and white television.

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      • #4
        Whoops I missed Dickey's name and went none of the above because a quick glance revealed guys that sucked or had too brief a run of good. In retrospect I see other pitchers with great seasons like Viola and Saberhagen are not in so no Dickey is not such a faux pas, even if he had two solid years before this one.

        Comment


        • #5
          I voted for my favorite player "none of the above". Wow what a list. No wonder the Mets havent made the playoffs in 6 years.

          Sorry but HOF - Met or otherwise - you need to do it longer than Dickey has.

          Comment


          • #6
            Though I think RA has the makings of a Hall of Famer, he needs one or two more good seasons with the Mets to be elected to OMHOF. He's only been with the team for three seasons and he doesn't even have 40 wins with them, making him a little like Frank Viola (though, granted, Dickey's three years with the Mets have been more dominant than Viola's tenure with the team). I went with none of the above as well.

            Other players that are working their way towards solid Mets careers are Ike Davis and Jon Niese.

            Comment


            • #7
              Maybe a better name for this poll, then, is "Who *could* be in our Mets Hall of Fame?"

              Comment


              • #8
                Originally posted by VIBaseball View Post
                Maybe a better name for this poll, then, is "Who *could* be in our Mets Hall of Fame?"
                Heh, maybe. With these recent elections, there seems to be a bunch of people with "Hall of Fame" talent, but they rarely actually do enough to make the cut. We haven't picked anyone since the 51st election, when Tom Glavine earned induction after 10 'years' on the ballot.

                Comment


                • #9
                  I also voted none of the above as I also feel you need to do it longer than Dickey has.
                  "You don't give up any runs,we'll guarantee you
                  at least a tie." ~ Grote to Koosman

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                  • #10
                    It's a pity I got here a bit late to explain myself.

                    I think both Davis and Dickey have earned their way into the Mets' annals. Especially Dickey, who, if he does what he did for 2012 alone, deserves Our Met HoF recognition. Every 20-game winner the Mets have ever had are already inducted, and certainly being a CYA candidate is worth extra credit. I think he belongs, even if based solely on this season.
                    Put it in the books.

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by milladrive View Post
                      It's a pity I got here a bit late to explain myself.

                      I think both Davis and Dickey have earned their way into the Mets' annals. Especially Dickey, who, if he does what he did for 2012 alone, deserves Our Met HoF recognition. Every 20-game winner the Mets have ever had are already inducted, and certainly being a CYA candidate is worth extra credit. I think he belongs, even if based solely on this season.
                      I agree on Dickey - if you look at previous elections, Dickey certainly qualified easily as a great BBF Met.
                      Cleon Jones catches a deep fly ball in F. Scott Fitzgerald's Valley of the Ashes, and a second-grader smiles in front of the black and white television.

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by milladrive View Post
                        It's a pity I got here a bit late to explain myself.

                        I think both Davis and Dickey have earned their way into the Mets' annals. Especially Dickey, who, if he does what he did for 2012 alone, deserves Our Met HoF recognition. Every 20-game winner the Mets have ever had are already inducted, and certainly being a CYA candidate is worth extra credit. I think he belongs, even if based solely on this season.
                        Almost - Viola did not earn enough support to be inducted.

                        Dickey's right on the cusp for me. Give me 10 wins next year and I'll give him my vote.

                        On the other hand, Davis needs a few more good seasons. The Mets have had a few batters with 30 home run seasons to not earn induction. Bernard Gilkey, Mike Cameron,Frank Thomas and of course Davis himself are on that list. At this point, Davis = Gilkey, as their Mets stats are surprisingly similar.

                        Here are their stat lines compared. Davis is on top, Gilkey on bottom:

                        Code:
                        G	PA	AB	R	H	2B	3B	HR	RBI	SB	CS	BB	SO	BA	OBP	SLG	OPS	OPS+
                        
                        339	1334	1171	159	295	67	2	58	186	3	4	150	310	.252	.336	.461	.797	117	540
                        380	1567	1353	226	370	90	4	52	223	29	21	175	302	.273	.357	.461	.818	117	624
                        I'd go so far as to say Gilkey was slightly better than Davis, and he didn't really sniff this Hall of Fame. I think Davis needs at least two more good seasons.

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                        • #13
                          I didn't realize that about Viola. Seems a crime. Has he been a part of a VC ballot yet?

                          As for Davis v. Gilkey, I hear you and understand your point. At the same time, though, Davis is homegrown. I'm also somewhat surprised Thomas hasn't been honored, if only for his nostagic prowess as the Mets' first-season heavy hitter.

                          But perhaps you're right about Davis, as of now. At very least, my vote will hopefully keep him over the obligatory 5% line.

                          ...Which brings me to my next query: What if someone like Nieuwenhuis or Harvey (for two examples) don't meet the 5%, get dropped from the ballot, then become worthy considerations up the road?
                          Put it in the books.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by milladrive View Post
                            I didn't realize that about Viola. Seems a crime. Has he been a part of a VC ballot yet?

                            As for Davis v. Gilkey, I hear you and understand your point. At the same time, though, Davis is homegrown. I'm also somewhat surprised Thomas hasn't been honored, if only for his nostagic prowess as the Mets' first-season heavy hitter.

                            But perhaps you're right about Davis, as of now. At very least, my vote will hopefully keep him over the obligatory 5% line.

                            ...Which brings me to my next query: What if someone like Nieuwenhuis or Harvey (for two examples) don't meet the 5%, get dropped from the ballot, then become worthy considerations up the road?
                            Great minds think alike I got that covered in the "Returnees" section above.

                            Comment


                            • #15
                              Well, Dickey received 55% of the vote and everyone else falls off the ballot, save for Davis. Unless anyone objects, I'm not going to run another player election this go around.

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