Chipper Jones: 11th highest voting total on Baseball Hall of Fame


Chipper Jones became a first-time Hall of Famer on Wednesday, but he also became the Hall of Famer with the 11th highest voting percentage. 

Here is the list of the Top 11 highest Baseball Hall of Fame voting percentages:

1. Ken Griffey (99.32%)

2. Tom Seaver (98.84%)

3. Nolan Ryan (98.79%)

4. Cal Ripken (98.53%)

5. Ty Cobb (98.23%)

6. George Brett (98.19%)

7. Hank Aaron (97.83%)

8. Tony Gwynn (97.60%)

9. Randy Johnson (97.27%)

10. Greg Maddux (97.20%) 

11. Chipper Jones (97.16%) 


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