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PRetty much anything is worth it if it gets you to that one nice free agent contract.
The era of attempting to alter one's body to enhance athletic performance will never be over
Lassus: I don't know; it depends how easy or difficult it is to use without being caught, which I have no idea about. If it's relatively easy to use without being caught then yes, I assume most players are still using. If it's something you can get away with only if you're rich enough to hire the very best discreet suppliers, not so much.
SoSH, since you're here: I owe you a $10 b-ref sponsorship since Jack Morris wasn't elected to the Hall of Fame. At least, that's what this note here on my phone says. Let me know who you want it for and what you want it to say.
Johnny Damon is now 40 years old and didn’t play in 2013, but he has yet to fill out the paperwork to end his 18-year Major League career. In fact, as Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe reports, Damon would be willing to report to spring training if an interested team would like to bring him on board.
Boras said he asked Damon to let him know when he was all done. So far, Boras hasn’t heard those words from Damon, meaning Damon would love to resume his career after missing last season. Damon has remained in shape and would be willing to hook on if someone called.
So stay tuned :-) Maybe Damon gets 3,000 hits yet. I put the chances at 1 in 3,000.
"George J. Mitchell, a US former senate majority leader, did an independent investigation of the use of performance enhancing substances in Major League Baseball."
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