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Rivera, Halladay, Martinez likely in HOF

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NEW YORK (AP) Mariano Rivera figures to make quick work of his Hall of Fame ballot appearance, just as he did of opposing batters, and could even set another record when voting is announced Tuesday: for highest percentage of ballots.

No one has ever been a unanimous Hall of Fame selection. Ken Griffey Jr. holds the mark for the top percentage at 99.32 when he was on 437 of 440 ballots two years ago.

Rivera was picked by all 221 voters totaled through midday Tuesday afternoon by Ryan Thibodaux's Hall of Fame vote tracker, about half the expected ballots.

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