Mariano Rivera is considered the best closer ever and he'll be the best Hall of Famer vote-getter ever. The Yankee closer is the first player in the history of the Baseball Hall of Fame to be a unanimous selection. Every voter had Rivera on their ballot.

Over his 19 year career Rivera had 652 saves and won five World Series titles with the Yanks.

Joining him in the Hall this summer will be DH Edgar Martinez, the late Roy Halladay and Mike Mussina.

NAME - VOTES - PCT.
Mariano Rivera 425 100%
Roy Halladay 363 85.4%
Edgar Martinez 363 85.4%
Mike Mussina 326 76.7%
Curt Schilling 259 60.9%
Roger Clemens 253 59.5%
Barry Bonds 251 59.1%
Larry Walker 232 54.6%
Omar Vizquel 182 42.8%
Fred McGriff 169 39.8%
Manny Ramirez 97 22.8%
Jeff Kent 77 18.1%
Billy Wagner 71 16.7%
Todd Helton 70 16.5%
Scott Rolen 73 17.2%
Gary Sheffield 58 13.6%
Andy Pettitte 42 9.9%
Sammy Sosa 36 8.5%
Andruw Jones 32 7.5%
Michael Young 9 2.1%
Lance Berkman 5 1.2%
Miguel Tejada 5 1.2%
Roy Oswalt 4 0.9%
Placido Polanco 2 0.5%