The dog and pony show continues: Selig may try to use the HOF to gain favor for suspensions
Not coincidentally, the induction will feature zero recently retired players, thanks to an excessive amount of suspicion around steroid era players.
That could give Selig a bit more support than normal, since the Hall of Fame has a way of making people a bit crazy and adds a bit of extra anti-PED insanity to the pile.
Hall of Famers, also, are a largely anti-PED crowd, which could lead to a lot of sound bytes from baseball legends lashing out against current players.
Let's just ignore that the league conveniently turned its back on rampant drug use for years, and let's ignore the rigorous testing system that's already in place, right Mr. Selig?
That's a clown move by an out-of-control commissioner who is struggling to build some sort of legacy. Unfortunately, he's about 20 years too late for that.