Thomas, Maddux, Glavine elected to Hall of Fame
San Francisco Chronicle - about 3 years
Not only did Bonds' Hall of Fame candidacy lose support from last year, but Thomas said the home run king - or any player linked to performance-enhancing drugs - doesn't belong in the Cooperstown museum.
[...] in Cooperstown on July 27, it'll be more about Thomas and Atlanta teammates Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine, who were elected Wednesday, and less about Bonds, Roger Clemens and other tainted players who gained no momentum on the latest ballot.
Thomas, who called for a stiffer drug policy during the height of the steroid era (as did ex-Giants infielder Jeff Kent, who received 15.2 percent of the vote), said he had heard from Hall of Famers at recent charity events about what has been known publicly for years, that Cooperstown members don't want the PED guys in their club.
Thomas, who was bigger than his listed 6-foot-5, 240 pounds, played football at Auburn University and was "always the biggest and strongest guy out there since I came into the league" but he was not linked to ster
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