Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Mark Mcgwire, Sosa Sosa and any other alleged cheaters need to be in the Hall of Fame. Baseball knew everyone was juicing and didn’t care.
It is a shame the writers are holding it against these guys who help saved the game after the strike that cost MLB a World Series.
Whether baseball’s tarnished home run king is a Hall of Famer or not won’t be determined for months, but in Barry Bonds‘ mind, he believes he belongs in Cooperstown.
“Oh, without a doubt. There’s not a doubt in my mind,” Bonds said in a recent interview with MLB.com at San Francisco’s AT&T Park.
The Hall of Fame ballot will be released in November. Final voting will be announced in January. Bonds will be appearing on the ballot for the first time alongside such fellow greats as Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa and Roger Clemens, who also were connected to performance-enhancing drugs during their careers.