2018 Baseball Hall of Fame

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Chipper Jones, Vladimir Guerrero, Jim Thome and Trevor Hoffman are headed to Cooperstown as the headliners of the Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2018.

Jones and Thome were both first-ballot selections, while this was Guerrero's second year on the ballot and Hoffman's third.

They will be inducted on July 29. Jack Morris and Alan Trammell have also been elected from the Modern Era ballot.

Hall of Fame coverage

Schoenfield: Hall of Fame voting winners and losers
Crasnick: Ten things that make Chipper Jones special, from those who know him best
Schoenfield: Why does everybody love Vlad Guerrero so much?
ESPN's 2018 Hall of Fame ballot
Q&A: George Mitchell on the legacy of the Mitchell Report, PEDs and the Hall
Doolittle: Hoffman, Wagner exemplify Cooperstown closer conundrum
Schoenfield: How much should Hall of Fame voters care about defense?
Miller: What voting -- or not voting -- for Bonds and Clemens says about you
Schoenfield: How Jack Morris complicates future of Hall of Fame pitcher selections
Doolittle: How many Hall of Famers is every candidate on this year's ballot better than?
Crasnick: Inside a Hall of Fame voter's toughest ballot decision
Jack Morris and Alan Trammell elected by Modern Era committee
Schoenfield: Electing two Tigers cause for celebration -- and re-evaluation
Olney: How worthy Hall of Fame candidates become collateral damage
Szymborski (Insider): Current stars making cases for Cooperstown

2017 Hall of Fame coverage

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