Con to the question "Should Performance Enhancing Drugs (Such as Steroids) Be Accepted in Sports?"
"[A]nyone who took body-altering chemicals in a deliberate effort to cheat the game we love, not to mention they cheated current and former players, and fans too, doesn't belong in the Hall of Fame. By cheating, they put up huge numbers, and they made great players who didn't cheat look smaller by comparison, taking away from their achievements and consideration for the Hall of Fame. That's not right."
Joe Posnanski, "Joe Morgan's Letter," medium.com, Nov. 22, 2017
Organizations/VIPs/Others Individuals and organizations that do not fit into the other star categories.
Involvement and Affiliations:
Vice Chairman, Baseball Hall of Fame, 2000-present
Former radio host, Conversations with Joe Morgan, Sports USA
Baseball broadcaster, various teams, NBC, ABC, CBS, and ESPN, 1985-2010
Inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame, 1990
Major League Baseball Player, 1963-1984
Member, World Series-winning team, Cincinnati Reds, 1975 and 1976
Recipient, National League Most Valuable Player, 1975 and 1976
Honorary Doctorate, California State University at East Bay, 2008
BS, Physical Education, California State University at East Bay, 1990
Played second base for Houston Colt .45s / Astros (1963–1971), Cincinnati Reds (1972–1979), Houston Astros (1980), San Francisco Giants (1981–1982), Philadelphia Phillies (1983), Oakland Athletics (1984)