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Well, well, well—where do we start?
Barry Bonds is undeniably one of the best hitters of all time.
Performance enhancing drugs aside, Bonds was one of the original five-tool threats in the mid-'80s and continued to dominate National League pitching until the end of his career with the San Francisco Giants.
Bonds is the all-time home run (762) and walks (2,558) leader, was a seven-time National League MVP, eight-time Gold Glover, third all time in runs scored (2,227) and a two-time National League batting champ (2002 and 2004).
Problem is, he's viewed as one of the poster boys of the steroid era and was found guilty of obstruction of justice in 2011 for testifying that he never knowingly took steroids in 2003.
He's also not a very likable guy. Bonds has never been a big fan of the press and has publicly fought them throughout his career. Since Hall of Fame voting is done by the Baseball Writer's Association of America...
Year on ballot: First
2013 estimated percentage of vote: 18 percent
Will he make it into the HOF: Nope, not now and probably not ever.