It will be a crime if Barry Bonds makes the hall of fame before Pete Rose.
Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, and Sammy Sosa are listed on the #MLB HOF ballot for the first time, under the new "juiceheads" division
Steroid suspects stuff MLB's Hall of Fame ballot11/28/2012
Five years ago, several Major League Baseball all-time greats retired from the game with record-setting stats to their names. So they should be shoo-ins for admission into the sport's hallowed halls, right? Small complication: The recently announced nominees we're referring to are Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa. The voting for these possible inductees is largely being seen as a vote on whether the players should be recognized for stats allegedly achieved with the help of performance-enhancing drugs. Bonds currently holds the record for most home runs with 762 and the most MVP honors (seven), while Clemens holds the record for the most Cy Young awards with seven. Results of the voting will be announced Jan. 9. [Source]
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