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2020 Hall of Fame Inductee Odds Has Schilling a -2000 Favorite

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Nov/20/2020

The Hall of Fame ballot was released earlier this week, and according to BetOnline's odds, there will only be two new inductees in 2021.

Curt Schilling is a heavy favorite to get the HOF nod, while Omar Vizquel is a small favorite.

Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds are the big names on the list, and they have shorter odds than they did last season.

We’ve also set odds on Theo Epstein’s next job after he left the Cubs organization this week. The Phillies and Mets are frontrunners, but MLB Commissioner is an interesting option on the board.

Hall of Fame Inductee Odds

Curt Schilling               -2000

Omar Vizquel              -150

Roger Clemens                        +500

Barry Bonds                +600

Scott Rolen                 +1000

Billy Wagner               +1200

Gary Sheffield             +1200

Todd Helton                +2000

Jeff Kent                      +3300

Andruw Jones             +5000

Manny Ramirez                       +5000

Andy Pettitte              +10000

Sammy Sosa                +10000

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