Where you can live stream and watch on TV baseball's Hall of Fame inductee announcement

The highest individual honor a baseball player can receive might be in store for a handful of players Wednesday when the 2017 class of National Baseball Hall of Fame inductees are announced.

Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines, and Trevor Hoffman are among the favorites who could get the call, along with newcomers Ivan Rodriguez and Vladimir Guerrero, both in their first year on the ballot.

Players must receive 75 percent of the BBWAA vote for induction into Cooperstown. Bagwell is in his seventh year on the ballot, and his 71.6 percent tally last year was the highest vote total among those not inducted, falling 15 votes shy. Raines was close behind at 69.8 percent, and this year has an added sense of urgency because it's the 10th and final time on the BBWAA ballot.

The big intrigue, however, revolves around how much ground suspected PED abusers such as Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens will make up in their bid to gain entrance to the shrine at Cooperstown.

The Baseball Writers' Association of America voting results will be revealed on MLB Network and online at MLB.com later today.

It is genuinely believed that the fact Bud Selig is now in the Hall of Fame and that the commissioner resided over the steroid era, has seemingly changed may voters minds about letting in the Bonds' of the era.

We will start to find out at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

What: Major League Baseball Hall of Fame voting announcement

When: 6 p.m. Wednesday

Where: MLB Network show begins at 3 p.m. and announcements will be made public there and on MLB.com.

Source : http://www.silive.com/sports/index.ssf/2017/01/where_you_can_see_live_stream.html

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