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    Barry Bonds last year on HOF ballot

    Bonds possibly never getting into HOF doesn't seem to be keeping bidders away.

    1986 Topps Traded Tiffany PSA 10

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    Has your stance on letting PED users into the hall softened at all over the years? Interested in hearing what BO has to say

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    Mine has. Never was sure who did and who didn't. I think some that were doing the steroids are .in...........so.

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    It’s a really tough decision. I agree with Devlin that it’s hard to know who did or didn’t. I enjoyed watching Bonds and I believe he’ll eventually get in.

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    Question, should Careers prior to the steroids and betting abuses, in Roses case, be taken into account, or just the deed

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    Mine has. Never was sure who did and who didn't. I think some that were doing the steroids are .in...........so.

    Who do you think....I've heard suspicion around Piazza, Bagwell, Irod...

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    Just because the writers don't vote him into the HOF doesn't mean he can't get in. Look at what happened with Harold Baines.....
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    Who do you think....I've heard suspicion around Piazza, Bagwell, Irod...

    Yes those three, probably others, that don't come to mind right now.
    I've wondered at times how 35+ yr old player can play hundreds of consecutive games w/o some kind of help from the pharmacy.

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    It’s a really tough decision. I agree with Devlin that it’s hard to know who did or didn’t. I enjoyed watching Bonds and I believe he’ll eventually get in.

    No doubt about it, he was a joy to watch play.

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    It is a hard decision to allow them or not. Pete Rose gets in then I think Shoeless Joe Jackson gets in. If Bonds or Clemens gets in then the list gets a lot longer. Again as said before, we are not sure he really did or didn't. I think it started the selection process of there talent on the field and what they did for baseball and the community. I not sure if there is a clear cut situation to the problem of letting people into the Hall.

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