First off, the 2020 Hall of Fame vote ballot has been made public. You can see a list of the released voters and their votes right here.
As we noted, just one voter chose to not include Jeter on their ballot. Of course, this keeps Jeter from being a unanimous selection. This is important because being a unanimous selection is another very sacred part of baseball history.
— HardballTalk (@HardballTalk) February 4, 2020
Now, the voter who changed history will remain quietly anonymous. For whatever reason they did it, we will never know.
Previously, MLB Insider Joel Sherman actually said the person would stay unanimous. Really none of us should be surprised.
My favorite theory: The 1 person who didn’t vote for Jeter is doing it to seek attention. Which apparently they are getting by staying anonymous. #Logic
— Joel Sherman (@Joelsherman1) January 22, 2020
When the news came out that the person didn’t vote for Jeter, I hypothesized something I think many would find interesting.
For one, I think things like this should be reviewed. While votes should remain…