Former Rangers catcher Pudge Rodriguez has been named on 82 percent of early Hall of Fame ballots, about 18 percent of the total votes to be tallied.
Former Rangers catcher Pudge Rodriguez has been named on 82 percent of early Hall of Fame ballots, about 18 percent of the total votes to be tallied. Ben Noey Jr. photo@star-telegram.com
Former Rangers catcher Pudge Rodriguez has been named on 82 percent of early Hall of Fame ballots, about 18 percent of the total votes to be tallied. Ben Noey Jr. photo@star-telegram.com

Rangers legend Pudge Rodriguez holding steady early in HOF voting

December 21, 2016 04:04 PM

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