The issue of performance-enhancing drugs in baseball will take center stage in 2013 when Jeff Bagwell, Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Mike Piazza and Sammy Sosa -- all of whom played during the steroids era -- will be on the Hall of Fame ballot. In December, ESPN The Magazine will be dedicating an entire issue to Hall of Fame debates -- including eligibility for suspected steroid users -- and will reveal what several Hall of Fame voters are thinking about the subject. Which players would get your vote? Sound off below and pick up the "Hall of Fame" issue on newsstands Dec. 12.

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    Jeff Bagwell

    Career stats: 449 HR, 1,529 RBI, .297 AVG

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    Barry Bonds

    Career stats: 762 HR, 1,996 RBI, .298 AVG

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    Roger Clemens

    Career stats: 354-184, 4,672 strikeouts, 3.12 ERA

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    Mike Piazza

    Career stats: 427 HR, 1,335 RBI, .308 AVG

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    Sammy Sosa

    Career stats: 609 HR, 1,667 RBI, .273 AVG

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