Baseball Hall of Fame voters snub superstars, elect no one1/9/2013
If you want an idea of just how much the so-called "Steroid Era" stained baseball’s reputation, look no further than today’s Baseball Hall of Fame vote. For the first time since 1996 (and just the second time in the past four decades), baseball writers elected no one to the Hall of Fame. Players need 75 percent of the writers' votes to be elected, and nobody made the cut this year — including the ‘roid-tainted likes of Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa. Craig Biggio came the closest with a 68.2 percent nod. [Source]
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