Last year I went ahead and put down guesses for through 2018. I was immediately proven an idiot when Thomas made it and Biggio didn't. (though I was convinced to flip on that pretty much immediately and before the vote was announced).
That means this year I have Pedro, Randy, and Biggio.
I'll note that based on last year's vote, I'd probably flip Piazza and Schilling's years of entry. So Piazza next year and Schilling being clah-sic in 2017.
As I do annually I'll sum up my thoughts on the Hall of Fame thusly; It doesn't matter. It's a phony award that arbitrarily recognizes "greatness" in a sport where greatness can be readily measured. The fact Player A is in the Hall and Player B is not means nothing. Or at least it should mean nothing. I can't help it the rest of you, including ball players, have human hearts that feel. (also please note I don't know how the human body works so if feelings aren't generated by the heart, my apologies)
It's not all bad. There are positives to attaching importance to getting in. Like, it's always nice to be recognized and it can be very fun to debate who is the better player and for what reasons. However, I'll never understand, or cease wanting to hurt, those who get outraged by the vote. It's the subjective result from a subjective process. You can't ask ~600 people to give opinions then get mad when it doesn't exactly conform to your own. That's stupidity.
Worst player to get a vote... Erstad maybe (he was sooo white... I mean gritty!), Tom Gordon (Stephen King liked him!) or Tony Clark (nice to toss a bone to the head of the MLBPA)