The Hall of Fame should represent the best in the sport. Barry Bonds was the best home run hitter the sport ever saw, steroids did not effect how good of a hitter he was. It takes a lot of skill and discipline to be able to hit 95+ mph pitching. He always had the skill even before he took any PEDs.
Players convicted of using performance-enhancing drugs should be considered for induction into the Baseball Hall Of Fame. If they should not then they should have not been allowed to play the game when they found out about the drug use. If we allow them to play the game then they should be eligible for the same rewards.
While I am not in favor of players using performance-enhancing drugs, I strongly feel there is a difference between use and abuse. If a player has given decades of his life to the sport of Baseball, you can't necessary argue that every defying moment they have had in the game has been completely credited by the drugs.
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Nope just no its cheating bla bla need more words cmon only 38 more keep it coming but yeah drug users are illegal u cant tarnish the ingegarty of the game like that. If you cheat and still reward them it means anyone can and that takes away real acoomplishments so yeh i have enough words now
If you are using Performance enhancing drugs it would not be fair to all of the others who try very hard and don't just cheat to get out of things. If you cheat then what is the point of playing the game because your "better" than everyone else but not because of skill.
The Baseball Hall of Fame presupposes that someone is a good player but also a fair player. And someone who takes a performance enhancing drug is not playing fairly. The field has been made uneven without anyone knowing it. So players who do that should not find themselves in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
There's no question in my mind that if you were a doped-up freak during your Major League Baseball days, then you have no business being in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Let's reserve that honor for the players who spent a good portion of their life becoming the best they could by natural means.
No, players convicted of using performance enhancing drugs should not be considered for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Considering such players for induction only serves to reward cheaters for dubious behaviors. Therefore, it is asinine to allow such players to be considered for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
No, any player found using a performance enhancing drug should not be allowed into the Baseball Hall of Fame, or any other Hall of Fame for that matter. They have been caught cheating which jeopardizes the sport and tarnishes their name, and by allowing them into a Hall of Fame you are tarnishing that name as well.
Players who broke the rules should not be honored. Furthermore, they only performed better than other players as a result of taking drugs. If they had played by the rules, they would not be special. They set a bad example for the youth, and they should be remembered as criminals.
Players convicted of using performance enhancing drugs should not be considered for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame. When baseball players not only cheat by using performance enhancing drugs, but get caught and are convicted of cheating, they should not only be banned from participating in the sport, but not get a spot in the HOF as well.