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His skills have eroded, and his body in the last couple of years was betraying him with the drugs. What does he expect to be after a year without them?
Just want to once again point out that Clemens never failed a drug test, nor was a single shred of credible evidence ever produced linking him to steroids. He was, of course, named in the Mitchell Report. But. No evidence. Just sayin'.
He was, of course, named in the Mitchell Report
Wasn't the evidence in the Mitchell Report also from McNamee? Meaning that it was determined not to be credible in the actual trail?
John, I'm not sure I'd use Giambi as an example to make your point. After the Balco scandal broke, his OPS+ otherwise inexplicably went from 148 to 90. Sosa also fell off the cliff overnight in the aftermath of his Congressiolal testimony. Melky hit for 157 OPS+, gets nailed, is suspended, and puts up an 88 the following year.
So yeah, they work. Big time.
Edgar Martinez 2003-141, 2004-92
Wells 2003-132, 2004-105
The really stupid #### is believing Giambi wouldn't consider getting back on the juice to rescue his otherwise terminal career.
Why, he'd already signed a long-term contract worth an enormous amount of money. Plus he'd be in Bud's crosshairs as both a high-profile slugger with a previous failed test AND a member of the New York Yankees.
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