Derek Jeter and Larry Walker were both voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday.

Jeter appeared on 396 of 397 ballots cast by the Baseball Writers' Association of America, falling just shy of becoming the second-ever unanimous selection. Mariano Rivera became the first unanimous selection last year.

The BBWAA will release additional ballots on Feb. 4 of writers who chose a public listing.

"Well, I look at all the votes that I got," Jeter said. "Trying to get that many people to agree on something is pretty difficult to do. So that's not something that's on [my] mind."

Walker got 304 votes, six above the 75% needed and up from 54.6% last year. Walker's increase of 22 percentage points in his last year of eligibility is the highest among the seven players to get into the Hall in their final year of eligibility.