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Major League Baseball suspended 13 players last week for use of performance enhancing drugs. It was . . .

  1. A sad day for baseball and evidence that the sport has been no inroads on drugs and cheating despite a testing and punishment system.
  2. A good day for baseball that shows the system is working and that cheaters are finally being caught and punished.
  3. An encouraging day in that, finally, other players expressed public disapproval of use of PEDs by colleagues and called for stricter penalties for future cheaters.
 
 
 
 
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Smid1972

Aug-14-13 10:53 AM

The sad part is that the MLB really didn't do anything until someone ratted these players out. so how is a system working where MLB isn't doing the work up front to catch these people.

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tacosalad

Aug-15-13 7:51 AM

"...the sport has been no inroads on drugs..." Are volunteer copy editors working on front page stories now?

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ArtFold

Aug-16-13 7:51 AM

d. Who gives a rats patootie about these overpaid, pompous divas?

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