Roger Clemens and 7 Alleged PED Users Who Belong in Hall of Fame

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Roger Clemens and 7 Alleged PED Users Who Belong in Hall of Fame
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MLB has changed along with the American culture over its 110-year history. The competition seems to reach new heights with every passing season.

Unfortunately (but fortunately), steroids have left MLB with an ugly black eye—one that it most certainly doesn't deserve.

It's almost funny to hear fans bashing players for using PED's, especially when the juiced up players were one of the main reasons many people began to follow baseball.

Even more ridiculous is the fact that the Baseball Writers Association of America has chosen not to vote many of these deserving users' into the the Hall of Fame—when those players are the reason many of the writers even have jobs.

Baseball players of the 70's and 80's ate amphetamines like they were candy, yet they are not being judged in the same manner as players today. 

The steroid era in baseball was just that—an era. Who are we to judge?

Here are seven PED users who belong and deserve to be enshrined into MLB's Hall of Fame. 

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