Paul Sullivan: Baseball Hall of Fame ballot still complicated by Steroid Era candidates — plus Mark Buehrle still has my vote

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CHICAGO — The results of the voting for the Baseball Hall of Fame’s Class of 2024 should have few surprises when the announcement comes at 5 p.m. Tuesday. Third baseman Adrián Beltré and catcher Joe Mauer should get in on their first year of eligibility. Beltré was a no-brainer with 3,166 hits and 477 home runs over his 21-year career, while Mauer batted .306 and is the only catcher to win three batting titles. Two holdovers, first baseman Todd Helton and closer Billy Wagner, have a good shot as well, with each gaining votes in their years on the Hall ballot. With a little more than 50% of the…

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