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It's one thing to say that no front office right now is so unscrupulous as to do such a thing
If I was commish, I would have a 162-game suspension for first offense, forced retirement for second offense.
I would agree if Braun had not gone out of his way to imply that the reason for the positive test was that the guy spiked the sample. That was not necessary, even while Braun was loudly proclaiming how pure he was
So now factually defending yourself in public is offensive?
Pretending that some working stiff tampered with your sample when you know you're guilty -- as Scherzer says, that's pretty dispicable.
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