March 27, 2015
CHICAGO (AP) - Former Chicago Cubs star Ryne Sandberg says Sammy Sosa doesn't belong in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
"I don't think so," Sandberg told ESPN Radio 1000 in Chicago on Tuesday. "Part of being in the Hall of Fame, they use the word integrity in describing a Hall of Famer, in the logo of the Hall of Fame, and I think there are going to be quite a few players that are not going to get in."
The New York Times last week reported that Sosa was one of 104
players who tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug in an
anonymous 2003 survey, while he was with the Cubs. A congressional
committee is looking into the allegations.
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