For the first time since 1996, there will be no inductions into the baseball Hall of Fame. Craig Biggio was tops of the 37 candidates with 388 votes, just 39 shy of the 75 percent required to gain entry.
Former Twins pitcher Jack Morris received 385 votes, only 40 votes shy. Morris pitched one of the greatest World Series games in league history in 1991 when he threw 10 innings in the Twins game seven win over Atlanta.
Baseball has been marred in controversy with performance enhancing drugs and once sure members Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire failed to gain the necessary support.