To Be or Not to Be in the National Baseball Hall of Fame®

In his capacity as an Editorial Writer for, Attorney Jeremy Evans at California Sports Lawyer® has written an article about whether suspected and proven performance-enhancing drug users should be allowed into the National Baseball Hall of Fame®.

"We are going to explore two sides of an argument. The issue is whether professional baseball players who have been alleged or proven to have cheated in any form should be voted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame®. On one hand, we have the purists who want to keep to the game’s traditions and to allow for only those who played the game the right way. On the other hand, we have those who believe in a process that is open and tells the history and context of a player cheating, the asterisk crowd, but still allows them into the Hall . . ."

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Jeremy M. Evans is the CEO, Founder & Managing Attorney of California Sports Lawyer® representing entertainment, media, and sports clients and is licensed to practice law in California.