Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens’s Hall of Fame bids get one last chance with voters


It’s now, or possibly never, for the Hall of Fame bids of baseball’s most notorious accused steroid users: Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens.   

The pair – which have eight MVP awards and seven Cy Young honors between them – are in their 10th and final year on the ballot for the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. Due largely to allegations of performance-enhancing drug use, they have been unable to reach the 75 percent threshold to earn a place among baseball’s greats.

Bonds got 61.8…



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