FILE - In this Aug. 18, 2004, file photo, San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds watches a solo home run against the Montreal Expos in a baseball game in San Francisco. The chances of Rogers Clemens, Bonds, Sammy Sosa or Mark McGwire entering the Hall of Fame are dwindling. Baseball writers so far overwhelmingly have decided the outsized statistics of the Steroids Era stars are tarnished by their connection to performance-enhancing drugs use. Once again Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015, Cooperstown’s doors remained shut.
FILE - In this Aug. 18, 2004, file photo, San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds watches a solo home run against the Montreal Expos in a baseball game in San Francisco. The chances of Rogers Clemens, Bonds, Sammy Sosa or Mark McGwire entering the Hall of Fame are dwindling. Baseball writers so far overwhelmingly have decided the outsized statistics of the Steroids Era stars are tarnished by their connection to performance-enhancing drugs use. Once again Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015, Cooperstown’s doors remained shut. MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ AP
FILE - In this Aug. 18, 2004, file photo, San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds watches a solo home run against the Montreal Expos in a baseball game in San Francisco. The chances of Rogers Clemens, Bonds, Sammy Sosa or Mark McGwire entering the Hall of Fame are dwindling. Baseball writers so far overwhelmingly have decided the outsized statistics of the Steroids Era stars are tarnished by their connection to performance-enhancing drugs use. Once again Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015, Cooperstown’s doors remained shut. MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ AP
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