Why Barry Bonds Should Get in the Hall of Fame in First Year of Eligibility

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Why Barry Bonds Should Get in the Hall of Fame in First Year of Eligibility
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Barry Bonds has never admitted to, nor has he been found guilty of, steroid use.

Sure, back on April 14, 2011 Bonds was found guilty of obstruction of justice, which in and of itself is an argument for another day.  The issue at hand is not whether or not a man should face jail time for lying to Congress.  (In my opinion, yes he should.)  The issue at hand is whether or not Barry Bonds is worthy of being selected to the Hall of Fame in 2013, his first time appearing on the ballot based on his baseball credentials.

Let's take a look back at his career and see if Bonds is indeed Cooperstown material, shall we? 

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