What percentage of Hall of Fame votes did baseball stars get in 2022?

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Ortiz goes in alone

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David Ortiz is the lone person elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2022. The news was announced on Tuesday. Big Papi starred for the Boston Red Sox and garnered 77.9 percent of the ballots, topping the needed 75%. How did everyone else do?

Torii Hunter: 5.3

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Mark Buehrle: 5.8

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Bobby Abreu: 8.6%

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Jimmy Rollins: 9.4%

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Andy Pettitte: 10.7%

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Sammy Sosa: 18.5%

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Omar Vizquel: 23.9%

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Manny Ramirez: 28.9%

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Jeff Kent: 32.7%

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Alex Rodriguez: 34.3%

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Gary Sheffield: 40.6%

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Andruw Jones: 41.1%

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Billy Wagner: 51%

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Todd Helton: 52%

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Curt Schilling: 58.6%

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Scott Rolen: 63.2%

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Roger Clemens: 65.2%

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Barry Bonds: 66%

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David Ortiz: 77.9 %

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