Hall of Fame Rejects Everyone

And the class of ’13 is … empty. For the first time since 1996, the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame did not elect any players. It’s really not that much of a surprise, since this year’s ballot included home-run king Barry Bonds, pitcher Roger Clemens, and Sammy Sosa. While Bonds needed 75 percent approval to enter Cooperstown, he only got 36.2 percent. Aside from being considered some of the all time greats, the players are also headliners for the league’s “steroid era.”