Schilling.....leaves a bad taste in my mouth.........go fund me for the building the wall.......just one of the many non-baseball issues. Best regards, David
That is the thing though -- the HOF is supposed to be for what he did on the field, not what he did off the field after he retired. I am sure that if we looked at what some of the current members of the Hall got into after their retirements, it would be equal to or worse than what Schilling did.
Clemens/Bonds probably get in next year in their 10th try. Other than that, don't see anyone that should go in.
With all that said, I personally don't care if they put them all in -- as long as they are able to have the live induction ceremony. I am selfish, I want to be able to get back up to Cooperstown, it is a beautiful town and lots of fun stuff to do.