Rum Bunter Staff Mock Hall of Fame Ballot: Noah Wright

If I had a ballot, this is who I would vote for the Hall of Fame.
2023 National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
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Hall of Fame season is upon us, and while I don't have a ballot, I want to share who I would vote if I had a say in the matter.

It’s Hall of Fame season, and that means that ton of ballots are being casted. A handful of different voters have revealed what they put down as their Hall of Famers, and many fans are making mock ballots themselves. I am not a Hall of Fame voter (although I wish I was), but I still want to share with Pittsburgh Pirates fans who I would vote for if I had a vote. There is just one former Pittsburgh Pirate on this year’s ballot. However, his best years weren’t even for the Pirates. For what it’s worth, I don’t think he will make it in, but we will discuss that later. 

Every voter gets ten votes, but you don’t have to use all ten. If a voter wanted to, they could cast a blank ballot, which some have (frustratingly) done. I think voting for the Hall is one of the greatest honors in professional sports, not just in the United States, but across the entire World. You should use most of the votes available to you. So with that, here is who I would vote for in my mock Hall of Fame ballot.