Some of the biggest offenders in Major League Baseball's so-called "steroid era" are set to be on the Hall of Fame ballot this year. Should they make it in?

When you think hear "performance-enhancing drugs," three of the names that come to mind first are Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa. At one point, all of them were almost guaranteed a spot in the Hall of Fame. Not the case anymore.

The three of them are on the ballot for the first time this year, and it's likely that they won't make it in. Many believe that because of the steroid shadow, they will forever be locked out.