Controversial HOF field might help Jack Morris' bid

Twins great Jack Morris is being joined by a class of controversial first-time nominees. Slugger Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and pitcher Roger Clemens are on the 2012 ballot- and without the cloud of steroids over their careers, would very likely be first-ballot Hall of Famers.
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Twins great Jack Morris is being joined by a class of controversial first-time nominees. Slugger Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and pitcher Roger Clemens are on the 2012 ballot- and without the cloud of steroids over their careers, would very likely be first-ballot Hall of Famers.

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