Steroid use in baseball pros and cons

Tyler Kepner has been national baseball writer since 2010. He joined The Times in 2000 and covered the Mets for two seasons, then covered the Yankees from 2002 to 2009.   @TylerKepner A version of this article appears in print on , on Page D 2 of the New York edition with the headline: Quick Looks at Newcomers to the Hall of Fame Ballot . Order Reprints | Today’s Paper | Subscribe

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“Players who failed drug tests, admitted using steroids, or were identified as users in Major League Baseball’s investigation into steroid abuse, known as the Mitchell Report, should not get in. Those are the three criteria that many of the players and I think are right.” Morgan emphasizes the deliberate nature of steroid use makes players’ cheating so abhorrent and threatens he and other Hall of Famers will no longer attend induction ceremonies in Cooperstown, ., if steroid users are admitted into the Hall. “If steroid users get in, it will divide and diminish the Hall, something we couldn’t bear,” Morgan writes. The Baseball Writers’ Association of America announced its annual Hall of Fame ballot Monday, and the 2018 list includes the likes of Roger Clemens, Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and others who either admitted or were accused of steroid use during their playing days. The Baseball Writers’ Association of America has been reluctant to vote for those tainted by steroid-use allegations in recent years, and Morgan hopes to keep their mindset as is. Thumbnail photo via Gregory J. Fisher/USA TODAY Sports Images

Steroid use in baseball pros and cons

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