elected to the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame, Wednesday, including Chipper Jones, Vladimir Guerrero, Jim Thome and Trevor Hoffman. 

played all of his 19-year career with the Atlanta Braves, winning an NL MVP in 1999, a World Series in 1995 and hitting 468 home runs.

crushed 612 homers throughout his career, making him one of only nine players ever to hit that milestone. Though he played for a handful of teams throughout his 22-year career, the former corner infielder will go into Cooperstown as a Cleveland Indian, the team he spent his first 13 years with.

who played 16 seasons in MLB, fell just 15 votes short of induction last year but got the second most votes of any player (92.9 percent) in his second go-around. It's a bit of a toss-up right now, whether the career .318 hitter, who hit 449 homers in the show, will go in as a Montreal Expo or an Anaheim Angel. Guerrero had the bulk of his success in the big leagues with those two teams.

Finally, Hoffman, one of the games best closers of all-time, was selected on his third time on the ballot. After falling a measly five votes short in his second year of eligibility, Hoffman scrapped above the 75 percent line, which is the bar to get in, with 79.9 percent of the vote. His 601 career saves put him behind only New York Yankee great Mariano Rivera for second most all-time.