Cubs Talk Podcast: No one elected to Baseball Hall of Fame in 2021

Tony Gill
·1 min read

Podcast: No one elected to Baseball Hall of Fame in 2021 originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

The Baseball Hall of Fame voting is in, and no one will be elected in the class of 2021 as controversy still surrounds several of the steroid era players, along with Curt Schilling.

David Kaplan, Tim Stebbins and Hall of Fame voter Gordon Wittenmyer discuss the hotly debated topic of who should and shouldn't get into the Hall and the voting process. Later in the podcast, the crew discusses whether spring training will be delayed.

(1:40) - Nobody elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame for class of 2021

(6:08) - Which steroid era player should be considered and which ones should not?

(14:10) - Has Hall of Fame voting become generational, where younger baseball writers/voters want Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, and others associated with PEDs in the Hall, while more veteran writers do not?

(20:00) - Will the Baseball Hall of Fame have to create special rules for the steroid era?

(30:45) - Will spring training be delayed this year?

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