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None of those three men have been directly linked to steroid use...but suspicion has swirled around each.
Also eligible for first-time induction this fall are Craig Biggio (3,060 hits), Mike Piazza (427 home runs) and Curt Schilling (216 wins), who each have their own impressive resumes, albeit on a plateau below Bonds, Clemens and Sosa.
None of those three men have been directly linked to steroid use – Schilling has gone so far as to say steroid sers don’t belong in the Hall of Fame – but suspicion has swirled around each. And while I don’t believe that you can keep a player out of the Hall on suspicion alone, I’m also not convinced that any of the three are first-ballot HOFers, even if you removed the thought of PEDs from the equation.
I don't think I've ever heard anyone connect Biggio to steroids.
You know, if this guy did some speed dating with sexy Asian ladies, maybe he wouldn't such a sh!t.
I see, don't refuse to vote for Piazza, Schilling and Biggio because of steroid suspicions, refuse to vote for them because they're not good enough to be first ballot inductees.
Does this guy really get a vote? I sure hope not because he knows absolutely nothing about baseball...
Let’s instead help legitimize the Hall of Fame by taking the summer off. Baseball, I think, will be better for it.
Yes, public figure standards probably apply, but...
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