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Rock 'n' Roll Has Lesson for Baseball

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Could you imagine if drugs prevented anyone from getting into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? It would be the worst Hall of Fame ever. It'd be the size of a canoe. Most of your favorite bands wouldn't be allowed near the place. You could have the induction ceremony at 8 a.m. and everyone would show up on time. The speeches would be bland.

And the music? The music would be horrendous.

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