10 MLB Hall of Fame Hopefuls Who Will Never Be Voted in

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10 MLB Hall of Fame Hopefuls Who Will Never Be Voted in
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This year's Hall of Fame ballot promises to be an interesting one, as the likes of Roger Clemens, Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa, Mike Piazza, Curt Schilling and Craig Biggio are all eligible for the first time.

Obviously the biggest storyline will be how the voters deal with Clemens and Bonds, two of the most prolific producers to ever set foot on the field.

Will they be punished the same as everyone else suspected of using PEDs, or will they be rewarded for the Hall of Fame careers they put up prior to their alleged PED use?

Personally I think both will find their way into Cooperstown sometime down the road, though it will likely take some waiting on their part.

Looking at the rest of the eligible class on the ballot, here is my take on the 10 guys with Hall of Fame aspirations who will never be voted in.

Just to clarify, only players on this year's ballot and with a legitimate case for enshrinement were considered.

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