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He reminded me that it’s hard to cheat in baseball this week. Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens – the top two players of all time according to awards and statistics – failed to make it to the Hall of Fame. A strong majority voted for their inclusion. But their steroid cloud kept it from reaching the required 75 percent of the total. This was their 10th and last attempt on the writers ’ballot.

They will have the next hearing by those who collected ballots for today’s game period committee, which potentially reaches a 10-member sphere for voting next December. This offers another note: we are constantly reconsidering what we think about fraudsters. How good were they without cheating?

We’ll be doing this for a long time to come with the Astros and their Championship stealing the 2017 characters. This has undoubtedly contributed to the reputation of this group of strikers, especially since in the following seasons they have become an elite that we can assume no longer have the opposite characters. It helps what the industry thinks. George Springer received a six-year, $ 150 million contract when he was a free agent last winter, and Carlos Correa could double that amount when the free agency is renewed after the lockout is over.

Here’s a little recovery for that disgraced Astros ’fired general manager Jeff Luhnow and the rest of his previous office infrastructure: Look what he left behind. I’ve been tracking for decades which players come from which organizations. And I’ve never seen anything like what Astros put into specialties in 2021.

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