Baseball Hall of Fame 2017 full voting results: How did Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens fare?

If it were just about the numbers, Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Manny Ramirez would be a lock to make the Baseball Hall of Fame. But the trio, all linked to performance-enhancing drugs in their careers, will have to wait at least another year to achieve baseball’s highest honor.

Ramirez, who unlike Bonds and Clemens, caught and punished twice by baseball for PED use, received 23.8 percent in his first attempt at the Hall of Fame.

Yankees rookie outfielder Aaron Judge went 3 for 5 with two runs scored, a home run and two RBIs in an 8-6 win over the Blue Jays. The home run was Judge’s 13th of the season, and his 10th in his last 14 games. Judge’s 13 home runs are the most by a rookie in their first 25 games of a season in MLB history.

Astros shortstop Carlos Correa finally caught fire with four hits and a solo home run in a huge 10-1 win against the Rangers. In addition to man-handling their AL West foes, Correa also raised his average to .255 on the season.

Pirates starting pitcher Jameson Taillon has been impressive early this season, but the young hurler was lit up for six earned runs off of eight hits in just five innings in Cheap Jerseys USing Paypal a 7-2 loss to the Reds. Despite the loss, Taillon is still 2-1 with a 3.31 ERA this year.

Diamondbacks (17-12) at Nationals (18-9), 2:05 p.m. ET — Two of the most explosive offensive teams in MLB will face off after splitting the series’ first two games. Reigning NL Cy Young winner Max Scherzer (3-2, 2.94 ERA) will take the mound for Washington to duel against Braden Shipley, who is making his season debut.