Every year, the 500-plus members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America vote on which players should be in the Hall of Fame. A player becomes eligible five years after retirement and a player who receives less than five percent is removed from the ballot. Every year, there are one or two players who receive a single vote, usually from a media member who covered him throughout his career. Going back to 1985, here are the 25 players who have received just one HOF vote, beginning with Kruk. Before he was an ESPN analyst, Kruk was one of the game's top hitters (.300 lifetime average). He made three All-Star teams and received one Hall of Fame vote in 2001.