MLB Hall of Fame: Pete Rose and 8 Players Who Should Be in Cooperstown

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MLB Hall of Fame: Pete Rose and 8 Players Who Should Be in Cooperstown
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While its sole purpose is to showcase stoicism and top-shelf talent, Major League Baseball's Hall of Fame faces one of its most controversial classes of all time.  

Baseball Writers' Association of America voters Hal Bodley, Ken Gurnick and Lyle Spencer have all claimed that anyone "linked" to steroids will not be voted into Cooperstown. 

As famed comedian Daniel Tosh claims, "For every 'superstar' that took steroids, a billion Double-A boys have juiced the playing field is plenty even."  

Tosh's free speech-fueled opinion on the steroid era holds no merit in the baseball world, however, when the actual voters on the panel use their personal beliefs instead of facts to elect Hall of Fame members, baseball fans nationwide are subject to collusion.

Instead of celebrating the fact that fans are treated to one of the greatest Hall of Fame ballots of all time come 2013, we are subject to a toss-up of voter's personal beliefs.   

Including 2013 ballot candidates, here are nine players who should be in Major League Baseball's Hall of Fame...

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