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Should players that use steroids be banned from the record books?

  • Yes, they should.

    They can't just hit 3 home runs in a game by cheating and score into the record books! They need to earn it fairly. Cheating is one of the worst things you can do in baseball. For example, say I hit three home runs in a game fairly. Then another player comes up and hits four unfairly. Its not fair to me! The hall of fame is beter than the record books, but the record books are still petty good.

  • They should be banned

    Players who use steroids should be banned from the record books. They did not get these records fairly and had illegally altered their bodies to get that spot in the books. It is not fair to the players who don't use steroids and may make it seem like the sports industry doesn't really care about if the games are played fairly.

  • Yes, players that use steroids should be banned from the record books.

    The stats of players that use steroids skew the books, and make the accomplishments of those who don't use steroids look less impressive. Players who cheat in order to further their own careers should not be rewarded for their cheating by being kept in the record books. Then that is an incentive for more people to cheat.

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