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1945 Hall of Fame Results
By Patrick Mondout
No one received the required 75% of the vote necessary to enter
the National Baseball Hall of Fame for 1945.
That is fairly remarkable considering 53 who received votes would
later become Hall members (including all who received 17 or more votes).
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