Barry Bonds: I wouldn't vote for him or any of the steriod guys but I do believe he hit 500 homeruns cleanly. I think with as bad of a human as he is and being a steroid user he does not belong in.
There is no question that he is clearly deserving statistically for Cooperstown.
Roger Clemens: Another steriod user, like Bonds would have been a hall of famer and one of the best if he didn't use them but like Bonds he is a cheater and a bad person.
Sammy Sosa: He would not be in the conversation if he didn't cheat, he also had the corked bat. Sosa would have hit 350 homeruns max in my opinion if he didn't cheat.
Mike Piazza: One of the best catchers ever, he may have had his difficienies, but he was special. This is the type of player that the hall is made for.
Curt Schilling: I believe you are a hall of famer or not, their is no such thing as a first ballot or second ballot guy, ou are either a hall of famer or not, but I suspect he will be in but not first ballot.
Kenny Lofton: He was a nice player and a respected bat but he was good not special.
Craig Biggio: I think like Schilling he makes it but not right away, I think he should be in because he spent a decade getting on base and playing good defense.
Jeff Bagwell: Not sure if I'd vote for him but I suppose you have to put both of the killer B's in or neither.
Tim Raines: I don't have a strong opinion either way, I wouldn't object but I don't think I'd vote for him.
The real 99% are idiots and sheep when you post give me a reason to believe you are part of the 1%.