2014 Baseball Hall of Fame Picks

Take a look at the latest sports greats to be elected into the baseball Hall of Fame.

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Greg Maddux, who announced his retirement in December 2008, was elected to the hall of fame. He could break the mark for highest percentage (98.84), set when in 1992 when Tom Seaver topped the record Ty Cobb set in 1936.
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EMPTY_CAPTION"I just have just never come across any human being, whether they're a voter or just a fan, that doesn't think Greg Maddux is a Hall of Famer and one of the greatest pitchers who ever pitched," The Boston Globe's Nick Cafardo said Tuesday."
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Former Atlanta Braves pitcher Tom Glavine was also elected. With 164 victories during the 1990s, Glavine held the second highest amounts of wins as a pitcher in the National League, second only to teammate Greg Maddux's 176.
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Tom Glavine joined Hank Aaron, Warren Spahn, former teammate Greg Maddux and three others as the seventh Braves player to have his uniform number retired.
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Frank Thomas, shown here at the 2013 Pepsi MAX Field of Dreams Game in May 2013, was elected.
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Nicknamed Frank "The Big Hurt" Thomas, he was known for his home-run hitting power, and became a big star during the 1990s. He retired February 12, 2010 and is currently a commentator for Comcast SportsNet White Sox broadcasts.
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