Orlando Cepeda was the lone inductee this time, joining the 27 others shown below.
Cepeda was the NL Rookie of the Year in 1958, and was an All-Star every season from 1959-64, and again in 1967. Orlando led the NL in 1961 with 46 home runs and 142 RBI. He topped 30 homers 5 times, and 100 RBI 5 times.
He was the NL MVP in 1967, as the Cardinals were World Series champs that season. He joined the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1999.
11 voters participated this time. Two players received less that the minimum 15% to be retained for the next ballot.
(Click the "hall of fame ballot" label below to see all past results.)