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Clemens' legendary career marred by PED allegations.

Roger Clemens is the only pitcher with 300+ wins not the in the Baseball Hall of Fame. As the 2017 class gets set to be announced, take a look at some of the highlights and lowlights of Clemens' career.

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Is this the year Bonds makes the HOF?

Barry Bonds' on-field accomplishments have left him deserving of a spot in Cooperstown, but his link to PED use has hindered his possible election.

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Thome eligible for Hall after colossal career.

Jim Thome slugged 612 HR in a 22-season career that featured five All-Star games.

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Jones memorable career cherished by Braves.

Andruw Jones came into the league at 19 and accumulated 10 Golden Gloves and was named an All Star five times during the course of his career.

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A look back at Vizquel's memorable career.

Omar Vizquel had a career full of impressive plays at shortstop, including acrobatic diving catches and turning double plays.

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Chipper Jones set to make HOF.

As the third baseman prepares to join the Hall of Fame, take look back on his 19-year career with the Braves.

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Olbermann weighs in on HOF.

Keith Olbermann joins OTL to discuss the Hall of Fame candidacy of players like Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, as well as how designated hitters should be treated in voting.

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Le Batard surprised ESPN is hiring A-Rod for SNB.

Dan Le Batard says he is excited to see what Alex Rodriguez will bring to ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball.

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A-Rod's legendary, yet controversial, career.

Follow the career of three-time MVP Alex Rodriguez, in his own words.

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Brewers make offer for Darvish.

Buster Olney explains that additional teams in the midwest may be looking to sign Yu Darvish this offseason.

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  • 18 for '18: Ranking this year's most interesting names in baseball

    A Japanese sensation who landed in L.A. A Miami MVP shipped to the Bronx. A D.C. superstar on the cusp of free agency. All are among the players, managers, executives, agents and, um, commissioners, on our list of MLBers to watch in 2018.