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    the Hall of Fame is the highest individual achievement in baseball. Each player strives to have his career recognized as one of the best of his era. Unfortunately, the sport of baseball has had many players who are willing to cheat the game in order to achieve this prestigious honor. Recently, the use of Performance Enhancing Drugs have distorted both the records and individual statistics of the game. This era, known as the Steroid Era, has come to an end with recent improvements in drug testing, but the players of this era who had amazing careers are now up for induction and voters must make an important decision. They must decide whether or not they vote for these cheaters. In order to uphold the prestige of the Hall of Fame,…

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    Baseball Hall Of Fame

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    down-and-dirty with the elegant, cutting-edge and fuses the rudimentary with the intricate. Major League Baseball, the sport’s pinnacle, is one of the most respected sporting organizations in the world and is known for its deep 19th century roots. Baseball’s Hall of Fame, in Cooperstown, New York, epitomizes baseball’s historic respect; honoring both the foundation of the game and the players that best exemplify the skills of the game. Currently, players who have used Performance Enhancing Drugs…

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    Teacher Hall Of Fame

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    Many teachers who dedicate their lives preparing adolescents for future educational purposes should be recognized. They should be a very understanding person who is helpful and acts as a role model toward their students. As a member of the committee, I hope you choose a teacher who possesses these qualities. Such as, Mr. Yu who deserves to be nominated for the Teacher Hall of Fame. To begin with, Mr. Yu is a compassionate and sympathetic person. In other words, he shares common feeling with…

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    Athletes Hall Of Fame

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    Hall of Fame Athletes who use performance enhancing drugs during their time in professional sports should not be allowed in their respective sport’s Hall of Fame because they did not earn that right by sheer talent but instead cheated to give themselves an unfair advantage. These men and women are supposed to be the role models for today 's youth athletes. But these days, it’s sad because if an athlete has a remarkable year, or a remarkable night or even an amazing hit, most people will…

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    Essay On Hall Of Fame

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    Hall of fame “A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.” - Christopher Reeve There are many halls of fames for athletes, there should be a hall of fame of heroes. Three heroes who should be honored in the Hero Hall of Fame are Jackie Robinson, Martin Luther King, and Harriet Tubman. The first person who should be in the Hero Hall of Fame is Jackie Robinson. Jackie Robinson became the first African-American to play…

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    Pinball Hall Of Fame

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    Luckily for me, when I wanted to check out Las Vegas’ Pinball Hall of Fame, I had a zestful partner in crime who found the it as nostalgically charming as I did. When conversation lags, if it lags, popping over to a new machine makes the date flow. Escape back to childhood while enjoying the quality craftsmanship of vintage games and revel in getting competitive and flirty with someone cool. With over 200 games in working order, the Pinball Hall of Fame is a great place to take a date in Las…

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    demonstrated by the widespread popularity and global expansion of Fruit Ninja prove beyond a doubt that the Video Game Hall of Fame should induct this interactive game. The first reason Fruit Ninja should be in the Video Game Hall of Fame is because of its immense popularity. In the beginning when Fruit Ninja was introduced to the gaming world it was noted as “The energetic…

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    The Baseball Hall of Fame and PEDs Many people believe that baseball players who have been caught using performance enhancing drugs, or PEDs for short, should be forever banned from the baseball Hall of Fame. Others believe that those players should be allowed in despite breaking the rules of the game. “There have been over 128 Major League baseball players who have been caught taking a substance that has been banned from the MLB”("» List of Steroid Users, Implicated Players, Suspensions").…

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    For my special saturday, I will go to the college football hall of fame. I will bring my family and friends to this special event. on our way to atlanta, we will stop and have a great time at the coca cola museum and at the aquarium. After that, we will go to our hotel in atlanta and hang out for a little bit. Finally after me and my brother’s begging, we got to go to the hall of fame. When we finally got there, me and my brother Sam took many pictures and videos. when we got inside, all of us…

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    Steve Miller Hall Of Fame

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    In order to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, an artist must have released a record 25 years prior to the current year of induction. When deciding if an artist is qualified, elements such as the artist’s innovation, musical influence and length of career are considered. Based on these factors, Steve Miller should be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Steve Miller was born October 5, 1943 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. Miller began learning how to play the guitar at age…

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