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Several former Red Sox players on Hall of Fame ballot

Former Red Sox player Mike Timlin threw out a ceremonial first pitch prior to Game Two of the 2013 World Series at Fenway.

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Former Red Sox player Mike Timlin threw out a ceremonial first pitch prior to Game Two of the 2013 World Series at Fenway.

The Red Sox are well-represented on 2014’s Baseball Hall of Fame ballot.

The list of former Red Sox under consideration for the first time includes starting pitcher Hideo Nomo, relievers Mike Timlin, Todd Jones, and Eric Gagne, and first basemen Sean Casey and J.T. Snow.

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Billerica native Tom Glavine, who won 302 games for the Braves and Mets, is on the ballot for the first time, along with stars such as four-time Cy Young Award winner Greg Maddux and two-time AL MVP Frank Thomas. Also debuting on the ballot is former Boston foe Mike Mussina, who earned 270 wins for the Orioles and Yankees.

The 36-player ballot also includes former Boston players Lee Smith, Curt Schilling, and Roger Clemems, as well as one-time Red Sox prospect Jeff Bagwell.

Baseball Writers’ Association of America voters have until Dec. 31 to make their selections, and results will be announced Jan. 8.

For the full ballot, visit the Baseball Hall of Fame online.

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