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Daily Red Sox Links: Hall of Fame Edition

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Today's links look at the results of the Hall of Fame voting that was announced yesterday, and how they may affect the future of the world's most famous baseball museum.

Curt doesn't look too pleased to be snubbed in the Hall of Fame voting.
Curt doesn't look too pleased to be snubbed in the Hall of Fame voting.
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Brian MacPherson isn't happy with the Hall of Fame voting electorate, as they have seemingly made up their own qualifications to be considered worthy of their vote. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Jayson Stark looks at the fact that no one was elected in one of the best group of Hall of Fame candidates ever, and explains why something needs to change. (Jayson Stark; ESPN.com)

Ken Rosenthal, who in my opinion is one of the best national writers in the business, doesn't agree with Stark, and feels this year's vote is just an aberration. I totally disagree with him, but it's worth the read. (Ken Rosenthal; Fox Sports)

Three former Red Sox players were denied a chance to enter the Hall this year. Obviously, Aaron Sele is the most glaring absence. (Peter Abraham; Boston.com)

Kirk Minihane shared three thoughts he had about the voting results. (Kirk Minihane; WEEI.com)

One of the most notable players who was snubbed this year was Barry Bonds. Jeff Sullivan reminds us of just how good he was. (Jeff Sullivan; Fangraphs)

Hunter Golden tells us how he really feels about the BBWA voters. (Hunter Golden; Fire Brand of the AL)

Grant Brisbee looks at some of the other ballots through baseball history that resulted in zero Hall of Fame inductees. (Grant Brisbee; Baseball Nation)