Lone Writer Who Left Derek Jeter Off Hall Of Fame Ballot Remains Private

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The one writer who left Derek Jeter off of their ballot is still up in the air.

Jeter was a mere one vote shy of becoming the second player in Major League Baseball history to be voted into the Hall of Fame unanimously (Mariano Rivera), but was unable.

The lone writer who failed to cast the vote has remained anonymous throughout the voting process. The Baseball Writers’ Association of America revealed all public ballots Tuesday afternoon, and the jury’s still out on the media member who snubbed Jeter.

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