Sports world reacts to 2022 Baseball Hall of Fame vote

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The Baseball Hall of Fame named David Ortiz as the lone member who will hear his name called in Cooperstown this summer.

Former Boston Red Sox outfielder and Ortiz teammate Mookie Betts chimed in to wish the slugger well.

Alex Cora, the manager of the Red Sox and a teammate of Ortiz from 2005-08, offered a fond message.

Red Sox broadcaster and Hall of Fame reliever Dennis Eckersley showed some love for Big Papi.

A longtime adversary in the heated Red Sox-Yankees rivalry also shared his thoughts.

Toronto Blue Jays slugger Vladimir Guerrero Jr. weighed in on his countryman's call to the Hall.

The most vocal reactions filtered in about the voters' decision to exclude Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens in their final year of eligibility.

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Sports world reacts to 2022 Baseball Hall of Fame vote
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