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Should Players Who Used Steroids be Allowed in the MLB Hall of Fame? [POLL]

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For the first time since 1996, and the 8th time in history, no player was elected to the MLB Hall of Fame. The player closest to the mandatory 75% of ballots was Craig Biggio. Stars suspected of using steriods, Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds, came nowhere close to the necessary votes. This time each year, the debate sparks up about players who were suspected of using steroids and their possible induction in to the Hall of Fame.

What do you think? Should the Baseball Writers Association of America look past the steroids and vote those players suspected of use into the MLB Hall of Fame?

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