The Washington Post reports that organized baseball's Hall of Fame has decided to say no to some of the game's most impressive players who were suspected, despite their denials, of using steriods, performance enhancing drugs.
Barry Bonds hit more home runs in a season and was the league's most valuable player a record seven times. Roger Clemens won 354 games and won the Cy Young award as his league's best pitcher seven times. Both lost yesterday.
Sammy Sosa lost too.
It's not the end of the world, of course. You get to keep whatever money you have left. But the Baseball Writers of America, which runs the Hall, has put a big, black mark next to your name.
Do you suppose we need something like that for politics?