The 2020 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot was released on Monday and the list has a lot of names familiar to Arizona Diamondbacks fans.
Several of the team's former players are on the ballot, including pitcher Curt Schilling, who is on the ballot for the eighth straight year.
In his 20-year MLB career, Curt Schilling went 216-146 with a 3.46 ERA.
He played in 569 games and had 83 complete games. He pitched 3,216 innings and struck out 3,116 batters. He walked 711 batters.
The former Phoenix Shadow Mountain High and Yavapai College standout was known for his MLB postseason prowess, having gone 11-2 in the playoffs with a 2.