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Ignore Steroids in Hall of Fame Debate

Saed Hindash/Newark Star-Ledger via US Presswire

Barry Bonds was the first name I checked on my Hall of Fame ballot.

Roger Clemens was the second name I checked.

Sammy Sosa was the third.

There was no hesitation. No moment of wavering. Didn't even blink.

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