Roger Clemens: No.
Jason Giambi: no
Andy Pettitte: I like Andy Pettitte because instead of denying steroid use like most players on that list, he openly admitted to using steroids. I don't know if that's a good reason for him to get into the HoF or not because he deliberately broke the rules and cheated. i wouldn't care if he got in or not.
Mark McGuire: absolutely not.
Barry Bonds: absolutely not.
Sammy Sosa: Absolutely he should. i do not believe Sammy took steroids and I don't have any reason to believe he did. Sure he got caught once using a cork bat, but he said he grabbed it by accident and I believe him. Baseball performed a test on all of his other bats and they all came up clean. Sammy also gets a lot of hate for leaving his final game of the 2004 season early. What most fans seem to forget is that Sammy had carried the Cubs on his back for about 10 years and he showed up to every game before everyone else to work hard to be the best. It disgusts me to see Cub fans turn their cheek on Sosa after carrying them for so many years.
Manny Ramirez: It's tough to speculate on Manny considering he just retired a few days ago, but he has also gotten in trouble for having illegal drugs. I don't think that would keep him out of the HoF but steroids sure would.
Alex Rodriguez: Probably. No major evidence that he took roids except for the fact that he shows up one season looking twice the size he did the previous season. He is also a dirty player (although most of these players on this list are). Like Manny, it seems too early to tell what the media feels about his hall of fame chances, but i believe A-rod has a big chance and i think he will get in.
Rafael Palmeiro: No.