The Hall of Fame has two new members – one of which received a higher percentage of votes than anyone ever has. Ken Griffey Jr. broke Tom Seaver’s record of being named on 98.84 percent of the ballots in 1992, winding up on all but three of the 440 ballots, and will be joined in Cooperstown by Mike Piazza. It was Griffey’s first turn on the ballot and Piazza’s fourth. While Griffey Jr. and Piazza were the only inductees, two players came close to the 75 percent of votes needed. Jeff Bagwell missed by 15 votes and Tim Raines by 23, while steroid-tainted stars Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds rose to 45 and 44 percent.