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PBS NEWSHOUR

Hall of Shame: Players Tied to Steroid Use Denied Honors

  • Aired: 01/09/2013
  • 05:12
  • Rating: E
Sport legends Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens became eligible for entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame this year. But after the votes were tallied, neither received enough support to receive baseball's highest honor. Jeffrey Brown talks to Washington Post's Barry Sverluga about why no living players were elected this year.
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