As the debate on whether or not players that put up monster numbers during the “Steroid Era” deserve to be in the Hall of Fame rages on, we continue to hear from former players and current Hall of Famers. But when Hall of Famer George Brett sat down to talk to The Arizona Republic’s Bob McManaman, he seemingly upped the ante.
Brett not only revealed that he himself wouldn’t vote for the players from the “Steriod Era”, he also revealed that other Hall of Famers have vowed to boycott the Hall of Fame if any of those guys are voted in.
“Put it this way,” Brett said, “if I was voting, I wouldn’t vote for them.
“Mark McGwire hasn’t sniffed it and I don’t think they’re going to sniff it. I really don’t. If they think they’re going to make it in the Hall of Fame, I think they’ve got a lesson to be learned.”
“I wasn’t a home-run hitter,” Brett said, “but I know from talking to guys in the 500-home run club, guys like Schmitty (Mike Schmidt) and some other guys like