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The steroid issue didn't cloud how writers voted for football players in their Hall of Fame. And football has a much larger issue with steroids than baseball does.
Baseball is a much better sport in every single facet imaginable, so I'm not sure that comparing the two is doing any service to MLB.
We all knew this cluster#### was going to happen right about now, with these players, in this way, and nobody did anything in anticipation.
Voters haven’t been given a single instruction on how to deal with the PED era, even though it’s the most significant sea change in MLB legacies and statistics since the mound was lowered. The character clause is too broad, and is a joke anyway
The HOF advertises that it reflects the top 1% to ever play the game
The league has expanded, but not to the point where 1-2 inductees per season doesn't maintain the percentage
because it's so clearly intended to pave the way for steroid users to be more easily admitted
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