The 22nd ‘perfect pitcher’ in MLB history… In the HOF vote, ‘0 votes’ humiliation

‘Perfect pitcher’ Matt Cain (39) received ‘0 votes’ in the Hall of Fame vote.

According to, the official website of the Major League Baseball (MLB) on the 25th (Korean time), Kane did not receive a single vote in the Hall of Fame (HOF) vote, in which 389 voters of the BBWAA voted. Of the 28 players eligible for voting, a total of 7 players, including Keim, were humiliated with 0 votes. Balloting into the MLB Hall of Fame is eligible for players five years past their retirement. You need to get 75% or more of the votes in the BBWAA vote, and you have a total of 10 chances to challenge. 토토사이트 However, candidates with less than 5% of the vote will lose their Hall of Fame nominations the following year.

Kane is a “one-club man” who only played for the San Francisco Giants from his big league debut in 2005 to his retirement in 2017. He has been voted in video polls between the National League (NL) for three consecutive years since 2010. His career (13 years) was 104 wins, 118 losses, and an average ERA of 3.68. Although his career record is not very outstanding, there is one footprint that has left a name in MLB history.

He struck out 14 in 9 innings against the Houston Astros on June 14, 2012, and did not allow a single batter to go on base, leaving his name as the 22nd perfect pitcher in MLB history. It was the first perfect pitch in San Francisco club history. However, the title of perfect pitcher did not lead to the BBWAA vote.

On the other hand, except for Kane, Jacobi Ellsbury, Andre Edier, JJ Hardy, Johnny Peralta, Jared Weaver, and Jason Worth also had only ‘0 votes’.

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