Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens snubbed by Baseball Hall of Fame in steroids-era rebuke - The Washington Post: "Baseball is a game that reveres numbers, and their numbers offer indisputable evidence they were among the best to ever play. Barry Bonds clobbered more home runs than anyone in a single season or a career, and was honored as his league’s most valuable player a record seven times. Roger Clemens won 354 career games and was named winner of the Cy Young Award as his league’s best pitcher seven times, another record.
Yet on Wednesday, Bonds and Clemens were denied entry to the Baseball Hall of Fame, a sharp rebuke not only to those two stars, but an apparent condemnation of the steroids-tainted period in which they played the game."
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