Well espn.com actually had it. http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/25495724/chicago-legends-harold-baines-lee-smith-make-hall-fame
I count 10 names there. Interesting group of players and front office/manager types.
And Wikipedia has more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baseball_Hall_of_Fame_balloting,_2019
I'll also say...Belle deserves it, IMO. One of the most dominant hitters of the 90s. He was a complete jerk but there's no way at all he should fall off the ballot. 3.5% of a vote last year is a joke, down from 7.7%. It's like the writers got pissed that he got 7.7% out of the gate.
High school for me. I made my varsity team as a freshmen and played four years of varsity ball. I rode the bench my freshman season but started the final three years. I capped it off by being named MVP my senior season. But I had no illusions because I didn't have the body frame to advance from there. I did have the privilege of playing against some outstanding talent in high school. Lou Whitaker (Detroit Tigers) was in our league. As was Roy Clark (AAA for Seattle until injuries ended his career). Talmadge Tanks was signed by Kansas City. Jeff Musser led the ACC in hitting for Virginia. Several other really good talents.