Today is the last day that voters can turn in their ballots to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, to determine which players — if any — among the 35 eligible to be elected by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America will gain the highest honor the game can bestow. Will Mariano Rivera be the first player to be voted in unanimously? Will steroid-related questions continue to keep Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens from enshrinement? How many players will get in?
As those writers still scrambling to finish voting evaluate the accomplishments of the Hall-eligible greats, we decided to give people a chance to ponder these players’ feats and see how well fans know potential Hall of Famers. Take the quiz and see how well you stack up when it comes to evaluating this year’s candidates for baseball immortality.