ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND – JUNE 25: Presumptive Republican nominee for US president Donald Trump visits Trump International Golf Links on June 25, 2016 in Aberdeen, Scotland. The US presidential hopeful was in Scotland for the reopening of the refurbished Open venue golf resort Trump Turnberry which has undergone an eight month refurbishment as part of an investment thought to be worth in the region of two hundred million pounds. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Chances are, you’ve already decided who you will vote for on Nov. 8. Sure, we still have to live through (suffer through?) the debates, but most people have their minds made up at this stage of the game.

However, if you’re still undecided, and you’re a die-hard sports fan, maybe Donald Trump’s stand on a variety of sports issues can sway you in one way or the other. The Donald is obviously not shy about giving his opinion, blasting people on Twitter or worrying about facts.

This holds true when it comes to Trump’s takes on sports, too.

Let’s take a trip down memory lane and see where the Republican nominee has stood on a slew of athletes, teams and leagues over the years.

Trump recently said black people should vote for him because they have nothing to lose. It seems he once applied that same philosophy to a popular quarterback-turned-baseball player.

Exciting? Maybe. Good? Not so much.

As we all know, Tom Brady is currently serving a four-game suspension because of the Deflategate debacle.

Or because of a conspiracy and jealousy.

Maybe Brady ended up with the harsh penalty because NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell took Trump’s advice.

Either way, Trump really, really, really loves Tawmy.

One player Trump does not like, however, is the currently unemployed Alex Rodriguez. It seems Donald has a very big issue with the former Yankees slugger using PEDs.

A-Rod was not Trump’s only punching bag. After his supposed $1 billion bid to buy the Buffalo Bills was turned down, the former USFL team owner went after the NFL’s quality of play and ratings:

One sports figure Trump seems to have forgiven for the past sin of betting on baseball, though, is the sport’s hit king.

Trump has affection for another athlete, and has even played the anti-Skip Bayless role on Twitter.

After his stint as New Jersey Generals owner, perhaps Trump’s biggest foray into the sports world was making a few appearances in the WWE. In case you didn’t know, Trump is actually a WWE Hall of Famer. And he has no problem reminding you of that high honor.

Last but not least, we’ll close out our look at Trump’s history of tweeting about sports with an NBA observation.

About Jimmy Traina

Jimmy Traina spent 13 years at SI.com, where he created and wrote the twice-a-day Hot Clicks feature. He also worked at the Associated Press and FoxSports.com.