On Thursday, ESPN's "First Take" debated whether players tainted by steroid allegations should get into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Several players on the ballot this year are connected in some way to performance-enhancing drugs -- most notably Roger Clemens, Sammy Sosa, and Barry Bonds. Rob Parker is taking these players at face value, which means he'll give them his vote. Stephen A. Smith thinks these players contributed to the proliferation of the steroid era, which is generally a bad thing and a disqualifying factor. Skip Bayless won't vote for players who he thinks wouldn't have been Hall of Famers without steroids. What's your take?