Steroids and Baseball–Let The Records Stand

The report everyone’s been on the edge of their seat anticipating was released today.  Of course, there were the names you’d expect to see (Bonds, Giambi, Sheffield, and McGwire), but there were some surprising names on the list:  Roger Clemens, Andy Pettitte, and Eric Gagne, among them.  Notice something here?

The pitchers are/were juicing too…not just the hitters!

This changes everything in my mind.  I’m more than happy to let any records a steroid user attained competing against a bunch of other steroid users stand.

Ask not why these players were juicing, ask why the rest of the league wasn’t! 

The report culminated a 20-month investigation by former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, hired by commissioner Bud Selig to examine the Steroids Era.

The real question should be, “why the hell are my tax dollars being spent to fund a 20-month investigation into a kids’ game?”

Note to Congress:  this is why we have a media.  If When the truth comes out about steroid use in baseball, it will be baseball’s problem to deal with.

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2 Replies to “Steroids and Baseball–Let The Records Stand”

  1. Aside from credibility issues, such as records, and individual performances, there’s a health issue if all players have to use the shit in order to compete. A death sentence for all who want to play at a high level is a bit harsh.

  2. I think baseball paid for the investigation. Baseball had the investigation b/c congress was going to do something to them, but I don’t think tax dollars paid Mitchell. The best parallel to Congress is the fact that Mitchell is a director of the Boston Red Sux.

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