Some local and national sports columnists have indicated that they will not vote for Hall of Fame admission for any player who appears to have used steroids, etc. to aid his on-field performance.
I wonder if, in the future, these same columnists will vote for Hall of Fame admission of Major League Baseball's commissioner, Bud Selig? After all, among the many players, managers, trainers and executives who were involved in professional baseball during the "steroid era," Selig was the one person who could have taken steps (such as testing) to clean up the sport. And he did not do so.
Clearly, he chose to allow fans to be drawn into stadiums by tainted home runs rather than uphold the integrity of the sport.