On Tuesday, the Baseball Hall of Fame announced its 2015 class of inductees and for the first time since 1955, four players will head to Cooperstown in the same year.While it may appear as if the BBWAA got the voting process right this year, there were still some mistakes. Most notably were the two vote for Aaron Boone and Tom "Flash" Gordon, and the single vote for Darin Erstad. BASEBALL HOF: Inductees on SN covers | Full voting resultsThat is not to say Boone, Gordon and Erstad were not good baseball players; they were. Boone's extra-inning walk-off home run for the Yankees in Game 7 of the 2003 ALCS remains one of the most iconic moments of the last 20 years, but one iconic moment coupled with a quality career does not make for a Hall of Fame inductee.Gordon played for nine teams over his 20-year career. He was a three-time All-Star, and led the American League in saves in 2003 and was a member of the 2008 Phillies team that won the World Series. Again, a very good career, but hardly deserving of a Hall of Fame vote, let alone two.MORE: Worst. Hall of Famers. Ever.Erstad, now the head coach at the University of Nebraska, had a solid 14-year career in which he played for the Angels, White Sox and Astros. He was a two-time All-Star, three-time Gold Glove winner and a member of the 2002 Angels squad that won the World Series. He finished his career with a .282 batting average, 124 home runs, and 699 RBIs. But once again, good not great.The Hall of Fame is supposed to be for great, legendary, and well, Hall of Fame-caliber players. But with the likes of Roger Clemens, Barry Bonds and Sammy Sosa — players either guilty or perceived to be guilty of steroid use — still on the ballot, many writers may feel the need to vote elsewhere if they are

against voting in players with strong ties to steroid use.