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Baseball Hall of Fame Steroids

Cheating in Sports: A Moving Target

Jose Antonio Tijerino | Posted 03.16.2013 | Sports
Jose Antonio Tijerino

As disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong flirts with coming clean about steroids to Oprah and ostensibly all-time greats Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens are shut out of the baseball Hall of Fame, the issue of "cheating" has become ubiquitous in sports.

Larry King: Let Bonds, Rose Into Hall Of Fame

Posted 01.10.2013 | Sports

"How did you play the game?" As far as Larry King is concerned this is the only question that should determine whether a player deserves election i...

ESPN Writer: Why I Stopped Voting On Baseball Hall Of Fame

ESPN.com | Posted 12.28.2012 | Sports

It struck me over the past couple of years that I was down to one reason I should continue voting for baseball's Hall of Fame: It's cool. I loved r...

Torre: Clemens Belongs In Hall

AP | HOWIE RUMBERG | Posted 07.01.2012 | Sports

NEW YORK -- Joe Torre believes pitcher Roger Clemens belongs in the Hall of Fame even though the seven-time Cy Young Award winner has been connected t...

Juicy Debate: Should Steroids Keep Players From Hall?

AP | JOSEPH WHITE | Posted 04.12.2012 | Sports

WASHINGTON -- Steroid use shouldn't keep baseball's best sluggers and pitchers out of the Hall of Fame, the head of the players' union said Wednesday....

Keeping Score in Chicago Episode 16: Rick Telander vs. the Sportswriters

Mark Konkol and Todd Fooks | Posted 05.25.2011 | Chicago
Mark Konkol and Todd Fooks

Sun-Times sports columnist Rick Telander talks about how Japanese baseball writers spoiled his attempt to prompt a serious talk about voting Steroid Era players into the Hall of Fame.

Baseball Writers: No New Guidelines For Steroid Era Hall Of Fame Candidates

AP | Posted 05.25.2011 | Chicago

CHICAGO — When it comes to the electing players to the Baseball Hall of Fame, no new guidelines are needed to deal with the so-called Steroid Er...