Chicks might did the long ball, but the BBWAA threw a shutout against the 37-player ballot of the 2013 MLB Hall of Fame induction class.
This is clearly an aberration due to the taint of the Steroid Era. However, the 2014 HOF class appears to be stacked with all-time great pitchers. Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, and Mike Mussina lead the way with holdover candidates in Jack Morris (final year of eligibility), post-season stalwart Curt Schilling, and the embattled 7-time Cy Young Award winner, Roger Clemens.
If I had a vote in 2014: Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine
Greg Maddux is arguably the most complete pitcher in MLB history. The 4-time Cy Young Award winner compiled a 355-227 record, 3.16 ERA, 1.14 WHIP, 5008.33 IP, 3371 SO, 999 BB. Not to mention, 18 Rawlings Gold Glove Awards, 4 ERA titles, including the 1994-95 seasons when he combined for a 35-8 record and 1.60 ERA over 411.67 IP.
The accolades are astounding and the baseball acumen was off the charts. Maddux is the true definition...