This was the first year since '96 that the Baseball Writers Association of America failed to elect anyone to the Hall of Fame. It was also the first year of eligibility for steroid era players; most notably Bonds, McGwire and Clemens; all of who only received ~30% (75% is needed). As such, it appears unlikely that they get in anytime soon, if at all. Craig Biggio had the highest % with 68%. I was surprised by this because I don't really consider him a HoF-er. It's got to be based on his 3k hits because other than that, he really had (to me) an uneventful career. I mean, if guys like Dale Murphy (who's no longer eligible) and Jack Morris can't get in, does Biggio deserve to be?