What is your opinion of the A.J. Pierzynski signing?
MJH on accountability
"I'm wondering how he is 33 in American years."
Poor math skills in the part of him, his family, and MLB.
Honestly I doubt Pujols ever used. It is possible but no rumors, no evidence, nothin; so I doubt it. Then he never buffed out liek Sosa and Bonds, those two went form looking like a 190 lb average guy to looking like a body builder in a little less than a year. So there was no doubt on those two.
As far as legalizing it, no way no how. Simply because not enough is known about them and it would open MLB up to a round of lawsuits like the NFL and head inury deal.
I feel as if I've made it to the big time in the forums. Somebody faked my username to make a post. That's when you've know you made it, right?
*you know you've
Someone needs to make a 'FakeTankTheFrank' or a 'Not that TankTheFrank' or a 'Not that FakeTankTheFrank'.
Or "Not that Dumbass"
@coltYou are a pragmatist who sees the world as it really is, not just as we wish it be.
@hench, @pickle and @ hubz
I know Lyle Alzado's story, but where is the evidence steroids led to his brain cancer? This is my point. We all too often hear these anecdotes and somehow this adds up to real evidence? Not for me.
As far as illegality; 1) it is not illegal if you have doctors prescription, 2) what is legal is not necessarily moral and vice versa, 3) was the speed taken by players in earlier eras illegal?
If these PEDs really provide a competitive advantage, then there will always be people willing to take the risks because the money and the fame are too compelling. All I am saying is put it in the open where best practices can be shared and real medical information can be gathered and analyzed. It is going to happen anyway, might as well make it as safe and effective as possible.
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