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In the inaugural voting for the Baseball Hall-of-Fame in 1936, Johnny Kling got more votes than any Cubs player from the 1908 era team. More votes than Tinker, Evers, Chance, or Three Finger Brown. Yet, all those guys are in now while Kling never even came close. But he got more votes in the first year (8) - and from sports writers who probably - actually - saw all those guys play. Makes you wonder why? Tinker, Evers, and Chance went in together -- voted by the Old Timers Committee 10 years later. Brown voted in by the Old Timers Committee three years after them (1949).
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