A Visual History of the 2013 Hall of Fame

Your daguerreotype  of the evening, lovingly hand-stitched with the magical fibers of Photoshop, is a digital quilt of the 2013 Hall of Fame vote. Bask in the ennui.


This has been your despair-soaked daguerreotype of the evening.

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Patrick Dubuque writes for NotGraphs and The Hardball Times, and he served as former Bill Spaceman Lee Visiting Professor for Baseball Exploration at Pitchers & Poets. Follow him on Twitter @euqubud.

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  1. Dan Rozenson says:

    Did you friggin’ put Aaron Sele and his one vote in the middle? Gawd.

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  2. TheGrandslamwich says:

    Jose Mesa was robbed!

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  3. Patrick says:

    I see David Wells photo takes up two spaces, and Bonds Massive head takes up three!
    Uh I unknowingly took the cream and the clear. Barry, you really didn’t notice your hat size go from 7 5/8 to 9 1/2???

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  4. Patrick says:

    Mattingly, Trim those sideburns!!!!!

    C. Montgomery Burns,
    Springfield Nuclear Power Plant

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  5. blahblahblah says:

    are we sure that is Rondell White down there on the bottom corner?

    …sure looks like Matt Lawton

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    • Temple, you want to field that one? I took it off your piece about a month ago.

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    • Clayton Bigsby says:

      I just spent the last 10 minutes looking over White and Lawton photos and I honestly cannot tell them apart.

      Now excuse me as I go sit in front of a mirror and ponder whether I just discovered that I am actually a racist.

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  6. KCDaveInLA says:

    I’ve never seen Piazza look so…resigned.

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  7. LTG says:

    I don’t remember fat Larry Walker looking so much like David Wells. Also, was Woody Williams a hockey player or boxer?

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  8. TheHoustonian says:

    As if Houston hasn’t suffered enough indignities lately, you had to put Woody Williams in an Astros cap?

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