It didn’t take long for some of the players who are in the Baseball Hall of Fame to share their thoughts on players like Bonds and Clemens not getting into Cooperstown. Some of the baseball greats were interviewed by the Associated Press and they explained why this was a great move for baseball.
Former New York Yankees pitcher, Goose Gossage in an interview told the Associated Press ”If they let these guys in ever at any point it’s a big black eye for the Hall and for baseball. It’s like telling our kids you can cheat, you can do whatever you want, and it’s not going to matter. I think the steroids guys that are under suspicion got too many votes. I don’t know why they’re making this such a question and why there’s so much debate. To me, they cheated. Are we going to reward these guys?”
Former Oakland Athletics pitcher, Dennis Eckersley tweeted ‘ ‘Wow! Baseball writers make a statement. Feels right.”
Detroit Tigers right fielder, Al Kaline gave his point of view in an interview sayi