Wednesday, May 18 2022

Former Met Todd Zeile is fired up that David Ortiz got elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame while Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens were snubbed again. Zeile says what’s hurting Bonds and Clemens are the big records they hold while being PED users while Ortiz, who Zeile said is known for taking PEDs at the end of his career, had a fun personality that had voters overlook his past. Watch more Mets Hot Stove: https://sny.tv/shows/mets-hot-stove About Mets Hot Stove: Join a rotating panel of writers, baseball experts, MLB players and special guests as they give you the inside scoop on the offseason moves of the New York Mets and the rest of Major League Baseball.

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