Found January 04, 2012 on The Outside Corner:
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The official announcement of who will be inducted into the 2012 class of the Baseball Hall of Fame is not yet official, but things aren't looking good for Jeff Bagwell.  Despite a career that has led most fans to believe that Bagwell definitely deserves to enter the Hall, the early returns on the writer ballots that have been made public so far show Bags coming up just short of getting the call in 2012, in large part because Bags has become a controversial figure as the center for the debate about the use of performance enhancing drug use and the suspicion thereof, no matter how unfounded or unspoken it might be. That is bad news for Jeff and his throngs of supporters around the internet, especially given the debatable logic for, in many but not all cases, writers withholding their votes being tied to the touchy subject of PEDs. But I have good news for Bagwell, he will be getting into the Hall of Fame... it just might take a few more years. This whole PED rumor and innuendo ...
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