Major League Baseball will have no players making their way into the Hall of Fame this year.
Baseball writers across the country elected to shut out Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens from Cooperstown on Wednesday.
According to the New York Times, it was the "most resounding referendum on the legacy of steroids in baseball," and only the eighth time ever no players got the required 75 percent of votes from baseball writers.
Former Houston Astro Craig Biggio came the closest, getting 68 percent of the votes.
Sammy Sosa, another name involved in steroids, was also rejected by voters, along with former Mets catcher Mike Piazza and another former Astro, Jeff Bagwell.
Bonds and Clemens were the two biggest names involved with steroid scandals that marred Major Leage Baseball in past seasons.
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