Curt Schilling’s Hall Of Fame Shutout A Little Surprising … But Hardly A Shock

Jim Henneman breaks down why Curt Schilling falling short of election to the Baseball Hall of Fame was hardly a shock — and also reveals his ballot and why he voted the way he did.

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Jim Henneman: Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens Figure To Dominate Hall Of Fame Discussion

With no slam-dunk first-year nominee for the first time in eight years, Jim Henneman says this year’s Baseball Hall of Fame ballot highlights the two most recognizable names — Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens — even more than usual.

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Baltimore Native Brian Jordan On Whether PED-Connected Players Should Be Hall Of Famers

Former two-sport athlete and Baltimore native Brian Jordan says players who used performance-enhancing drugs prior to drug testing should still be allowed in the Hall of Fame. “You can’t continue to penalize those guys,” Jordan said. “They were good ballplayers either way you look at it.”

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