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The toughest decision came down to separating three great leadoff hitters — Craig Biggio, Kenny Lofton and Tim Raines. I went with Lofton because for a period of time I considered him one of the top five players in baseball.
Personally, the notion that steroids were great for the game seems so absurd it's laughable.
Following the guidelines of the vote, I've left off the steroids guys.
Forgive the obvious contradiction, but I've always said Bonds was a 400-400 guy before he got on the stuff, so he gets my vote. He was the best player in baseball, but everyone forgot him during the 1998 Home Run Derby.
It's too bad he felt like he had to join the steroid-freak parade.
His 1,455 runs scored his first 14 years would be good for 78th all time, his 445 home runs 37th, 460 stolen bases 49th and 1,299 RBI would be 110th.
He was MVP three times and won eight Gold Gloves the first 14 years of his career.
Yeah, how DO you vote for Bonds and not Clemens?
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