Oh my goodness gracious, Roger Clemens may actually get into the Hall of Fame.
The former Yankees pitcher has appeared on 74.1 percent of the 93 ballots that have been publicized, according to Ryan Thibodaux, who tracks Hall of Fame ballots.
There are 412 ballots that are estimated to be cast, so it is just a small margin, but it is a gauge on how things could be trending for the pitcher who has been kept out of the museum due to his role in the Steroid Era.
Clemens would need 240 more votes, or 74.2 percent of remainig votes, in order to reach the 75 percent threshold to reach the Hall of Fame.
Should Clemens get in, he could be joining two other Yankees pitchers.
Mariano Rivera is widely expected to be voted into the Hall of Fame on his first year on the ballot, and has 100 percent of the public ballots thus far, although one Boston writer said he did not vote for the closer.
Mike Mussina, in his sixth year on the ballot, currently has 83.9 percent of votes -- an indication that he may finally get the nod.
Roy Halladay and Edgar Martinez are also above the 75 percent threshold while Curt Schilling is at 74.2 percent and Barry Bonds is at 73.1 percent.