The writers have spoken: Cal Ripken and Tony Gwynn are the members of the 2007 Baseball Hall of Fame class. Ripken and Gwynn both received more than 95% of the vote, which is essentially the same thing as a unanimous vote, considering the various protest/reactionary votes that usually occur.
Goose Gossage, probably buoyed by Bruce Sutter, received 71.2%, and has a good shot of topping the 75% barrier in 2008, a rather weak year for first-time candidates.
Mark McGwire fell well short of induction, but appears to be in no danger of falling off the ballot. Time might be McGwire's best friend, so long as he can stay on the ballot the better.
Albert Belle, another media pariah, failed to appear on 5% of the ballots, so he's out. Albert obviously has been his worst enemy, but then again, Steve Garvey stuck around for 15 years.
I know this is after the fact, but I'll open up things for your vote. After a couple days, I'll tabulate the votes, and we'll see who would have gone to the Hall if LGT voters had the final say. Remember, you can vote for a maximum of 10 players, and only for those listed below the fold.