He was something to watch, and he could play the game. Using performance enhancing drugs does just what it says it suppose to do. For me, that’s cheating, and you should never be rewarded for cheating. If you don’t get caught, you prosper, if you do, you lose. Roger Clemens was one of the most dominating pitchers of this or any generation in the game of baseball.
However, when this ban was instated, the Baseball Hall of Fame formally voted to ban those on the “permanently ineligible” list from induction.
Previously, those who were banned had been excluded by informal agreement among voters.
Conspiracy I don’t know, but as a fan of this great game I am truly sadden by it.
They are accused of using performance enhancing drugs, and if true will keep them out of the Hall of Fame.
They both amassed amazing statistics while playing their prospective positions, but if found guilty, they most likely will never be allowed into baseball’s most cherish place.