The 2013 Biogenesis Scandal Will Be Docmented In The National Baseball Hall Of Fame
Former WIBX SportsWatch host Brad Davies and Brad Horn from the National Baseball Hall of Fame joined WIBX First News with Keeler in the Morning to talk about the 2013 Biogenesis scandal and subsequent suspensions.
Davies, who now works in Houston, says one of the biggest surprises in this steroid debate is that you have current players actually taking a stand against dopers who have been caught. He says that's a good thing for the sport and its fans who want to rid baseball of PEDs.
Brad Horn with the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown notes that to date, no player affiliated with steroid or PED use has come close to the 75% of votes required to be inducted into the hall. While they may not be inducted, Horn says the Hall plans to document Alex Rodriguez and other players who were suspended in the Biogenesis investigation because the Hall of Fame is also a museum, and it needs to documented as a major event in the sport.
Full discussion on WIBX First News with Keeler in the Morning: