For the first time since 1996, the Baseball Hall of Fame voters didn't elect any of the nominated players, and for the first time since 1965, no living person will be inducted. That's because all three honorees elected by the Veteran's Committee are deceased and will be honored posthumously.
Some argue that steroid users should not be in the HoF because they have tainted the game; the history is there already (Bonds' bat, Maguire's ball, etc.) but the people don't belong. Some argue that the use of steroids is no different than drunk driving or domestic abuse or not supporting one's kids, none of which have kept some HoF'ers from being elected. Some argue that it was the game itself that created the steroid situation so why penalize the people who got caught. Some predict that all of these guys will be elected next year and this year's vote was simply to not look bad for seeming to endorse the use of steroids.
What do you think? Here are a few articles if you haven't heard much about it.
Hall of Fame shuts out steroid-era stars - SFGate
Baseball Hall of Fame ballot 2013: Don?t punish the Steroids Era players - MLB - Sporting News
The Vacancy Of The 2013 Baseball Hall Of Fame Class Is Perfect - Forbes