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Barry Larkin and Andre Dawson sound off

 

It seems every Baseball Hall of Famer has a position on PED users for entry to Cooperstown.  Of course, with this year’s ballot, can we really be surprised?

Recently Barry Larkin, who was inducted last year, told the Associated Press that “If you cheated you made a decision” and did not deserve to get in.  He was specifically referring to Sosa, Clemens and Bonds who are on this year’s Hall of Fame ballot and have been directly linked to Performance Enhancing Drugs. 

The former Cincinnati Reds star is not alone.  Yesterday, Andre Dawson, who was himself inducted in 2010, has also stated the same.  “The Hawk” took nine years to enter the Baseball Hall of Fame.

This will continue.  Many members of the Baseball Hall of Fame have said this, and you can expect this to continue.  Our only question is who will speak out next!

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