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Oh fer f *ck's sake. They were against the rules as soon as they became a Scheduled Substance with the DEA.
It was in St. Louis that McGwire’s use of androstenedione came to light,
And that put them right on par with amps and pot. Very, very weak argument.
So any law breaking should result in no HoF. Assault, DUI, and so on. Because the law of the land reigns supreme and is directly and unambiguously linked to the rules of MLB, and it is the job, no duty, of all involved to treat that law as if it were part of the CBA.
Well, it seems obvious to me, that breaking the law in a way that directly influences your job should be treated very differently, from breaking the law, without any such influence. I'd want the police department to treat cops who got caught smoking pot or DUI differently from cops who planted false evidence to make an arrest.
They have a PED association now?
so having a performance-enhancing illegal medical procedure...
They have a PED association now? That's kind of cool.
Do they have meetings? And if so, what's in the coffee?
I say punish LaRussa too. If the players are being excluded, then so should the enablers like LaRussa and Baker and Alderson.
#25 It certainly didn't keep Molitor out, though for some reason Molitor's drug use history has always been treated differently than Raines'.
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