Baseball Hall of Fame 2012: EMPTY

Baseball Hall of Fame 2012: EMPTY


Yesterday, the Baseball hall of fame commission voted on all the players who should be admitted to the 2012 Hall of Fame. Who struck out? Everyone did, because this year no one was elected.

Perhaps with all the drug scandals and drug testing that has been going on in the hall of fame, the commission was deterred from having people join one of the most exclusive and historical sports legion.

Both Barry Bonds (who has smacked more home runs than anyone in a single season or career) and Roger Clemens (who has won 354 career games and winner of the Cy Young Award for his league’s best pitcher seven times) were denied entrance. This is the first time that no one has been admitted to the Hall of Fame since 1996. So who do you think should have made it this year

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