Baseball Hall of Fame Vote 2013: Who Gets In?

The Daily Sports Obsession

Today, January 9th, the 2013 MLB Hall of Fame class will be revealed at 2 p.m. on the MLB Network. It has been the most anticipated ballot in the history of baseball, as it is the first year for many baseball legends who have been suspected of using performance-enhancing drugs. Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Sammy Sosa, and Jeff Bagwell have been accused of using steroids throughout their careers. As far as the guys on their second to fifteenth year on the ballot, Mark McGwire and Rafael Palmeiro are the PED users denied admission into the hall. Will any of the suspected steroid users be going into the Hall of Fame? Is this finally Jack Morris’ year? I grouped the guys who will be out and the guys who will hear their name called today at two.

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  • Barry Bonds. One of the posters of steroid use, Barry Bonds will be…

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One response to “Baseball Hall of Fame Vote 2013: Who Gets In?

  1. You would be hard-pressed to find a bigger baseball fan than me, but the fact nobody got in tells me voter are guaranteeing the Hall of Fame is continuing it’s trudge toward irrelevancy.

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