From an AP article on the possibility of Cal Ripken being the first baseball player elected to the HOF on his first ballot with 100% of the vote:
"History tells us that he's not going to be unanimous because nobody's ever unanimous. Until somebody is, my gut feeling is it won't happen that way," said Peter Schmuck, a baseball writer for The (Baltimore) Sun and a former BBWAA chapter president.
I did not make up this quote, nor did I make up the guy's name.
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