Sutter elected to baseball Hall of Fame
NEW YORK -- Bruce Sutter was elected to the Hall of Fame on Tuesday, just the fourth relief pitcher given baseball's highest honor.
Sutter, the first pitcher elected to the Hall with no career starts, was listed on 76.9 percent of the ballots cast by 10-year members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America. The split-finger pioneer collected 400 of a record 520 ballots.
"It was a call that you always hope for, but you never really expect it to happen," Sutter ...
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Hall of Fame
Bruce Sutter was the only former player voted into the Hall of Fame on Tuesday, becoming just the fourth reliever given baseball's highest honor. Story
• Olney: Opening the bullpen gate
• Sutter joins Hall
• Neyer: Rules for relievers
• ESPN.com's ballot
• Stark: Sutter's time is now
• Stark: Blyleven belongs
• Neyer: Sutter leads candidates
• Gillette: Rook class falls short
• Crasnick: The unemployed
• Neyer: Smoltz equal to Eck?
• Neyer: Tomorrow's HOFers
• Rogers: The case for Dawson
• Caple: The case for Blyleven
• McAdam: The case for Rice
• Kurkjian: The case for Sutter
• Hall of Fame members