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Steroid Era Players Shoud Be in HOF, Pt. 1

The 2010 class of the National Baseball Hall of Fame does more than highlight the need for a Hall of very good, but once again raise issues on how the Hall selects its members. It also raises the issue of selecting steroid era players for membership in the elite club.

Mark McGwire received 23.7 percent of the votes from the Baseball Writers of America, an increase over last year's balloting when "Big Mac" received 21.9 percent of the votes. With McGwire admitting steroid use recently, much will be said about his Hall of Fame candidacy, and with the periods of players' careers that are HOF-eligible starting to ever-so-slightly overlap with what many believe to be the height of steroid use in baseball, the issue of even considering s...

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