Baseball - UPDATE 1-Baseball-Bonds, Clemens denied; no players voted to Hall

* Bonds received 36.2 percent of the vote, Clemens 37.6

* First year since 1996 that no players elected to Hall (Adds details)

Jan 9 (Reuters) - No one was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Wednesday, with all-time home run leader Barry Bonds and seven-time Cy Young winner Roger Clemens snubbed over suspicion they used performance enhancing drugs.

Craig Biggio, who stroked 3,060 hits in a 20-year career with the Houston Astros, came closest to winning election, named on 68.2 percent of the 569 ballots to fall 39 votes shy of the 427 needed for election to the Cooperstown, New York, shrine.

Bonds was named on 36.2 percent of the ballots, and Clemens 37.6, well short of the 75 percent needed for enshrinement in voting by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.

It marked the first year since 1996 that no player was elected into the Hall of Fame.

The next closest to winning election was pitcher Jack Morris, who received 385 votes and Jeff Bagwell at 339.

Mike Piazza, the all-time home run leader among catchers, was named on 329 ballots, 32 more than Tim Raines.

Former closer Lee Smith (272) and starting pitcher Curt Schilling (221) also finished above Clemens and Bonds in the voting, who stood eighth and ninth, respectively, in the balloting. (Reporting by Larry Fine in New York; Editing by Frank Pingue)