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Baseball Hall of Fame announcement 2014 live stream: How to watch online

A number of Major League Baseball’s all time greats will be anxiously awaiting today’s Hall of Fame announcement to see whether or not they have earned enough votes from the Baseball Writers Association of America to be forever enshrined in Cooperstown.

Of course, the steroid era of baseball continues to loom large and a number of writers attempt to make statements with their ballots, so it will be interesting to see who, if anyone, earns the honor.

The official announcement will come at 2 p.m. ET on the MLB Network, but those of you on the go will also be able to watch a live stream of the announcement on your laptop or mobile device thanks to MLB.com.

Here is all of the information you will need to catch the announcement for the latest Hall of Fame class, including when and where to watch.

Date: Wednesday, Jan. 8
Start Time: 2 p.m. ET
TV Info: MLB Network
Live Stream: MLB.com

Candidates:

Player Year
Moisés Alou 1st
Jeff Bagwell 4th
Armando Benítez 1st
Craig Biggio 2nd
Barry Bonds 2nd
Sean Casey 1st
Roger Clemens 2nd
Ray Durham 1st
Éric Gagné 1st
Tom Glavine 1st
Luis Gonzalez 1st
Jacque Jones 1st
Todd Jones 1st
Jeff Kent 1st
Paul Lo Duca 1st
Greg Maddux 1st
Edgar Martínez 5th
Don Mattingly 14th
Fred McGriff 5th
Mark McGwire 8th
Jack Morris 15th
Mike Mussina 1st
Hideo Nomo 1st
Rafael Palmeiro 4th
Mike Piazza 2nd
Tim Raines 7th
Kenny Rogers 1st
Curt Schilling 2nd
Richie Sexson 1st
Lee Smith 12th
J. T. Snow 1st
Sammy Sosa 2nd
Frank Thomas 1st
Mike Timlin 1st
Alan Trammell 13th
Larry Walker 4th

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