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Baseball Hall of Fame 2015 live stream: Time, TV schedule, candidates and more

The halls of Cooperstown will have new residents, but Rockies fans must be wondering if Larry Walker will appear on the ballot next year.

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The Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2015 will be announced Tuesday at noon MT. While Larry Walker won't come anywhere near the 75 percent of ballots cast needed for enshrinement, the Colorado Rockies great does need to reach 5 percent to make it onto the 2016 ballot.

How close will our balloting be to the actual results? Randy Johnson and Pedro Martinez should be locks and Piazza is borderline to appear on 75 percent of ballots. Walker, who first appeared on the ballot in 2011, started out in the 20 percent range and fell to 10.2 percent last year. He'll be lucky to reach double digits this time.

Moving along ... a few notable ex-Rockies who will start to appear on the ballot the next few years include: Mike Hampton (2016), Brian Fuentes, Kevin Millwood and Jamie Moyer (2018), and Roy Oswalt and the only guy who really matters, Todd Helton (2019).

When: Noon MT on Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015 (coverage began at 9 a.m.)
How: MLB Network and
Full ballot:

Name Year %
Craig Biggio 3rd 74.80%
Mike Piazza 3rd 62.20%
Jeff Bagwell 5th 54.30%
Tim Raines 8th 46.10%
Roger Clemens 3rd 35.40%
Barry Bonds 3rd 34.70%
Lee Smith 13th 29.90%
Curt Schilling 3rd 29.20%
Edgar Martinez 6th 25.20%
Alan Trammell 14th 20.80%
Mike Mussina 2nd 20.30%
Jeff Kent 2nd 15.20%
Fred McGriff 6th 11.70%
Mark McGwire 9th 11.00%
Larry Walker 5th 10.20%
Don Mattingly 15th 8.20%
Sammy Sosa 3rd 7.20%
Randy Johnson 1st
Pedro Martinez 1st
John Smoltz 1st
Gary Sheffield 1st
Brian Giles 1st
Nomar Garciaparra 1st
Carlos Delgado 1st
Darin Erstad 1st
Tom Gordon 1st
Jason Schmidt 1st
Cliff Floyd 1st
Jermaine Dye 1st
Rich Aurilia 1st
Troy Percival 1st
Aaron Boone 1st
Tony Clark 1st
Eddie Guardado 1st