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  1. May 22, 2009 at 7:32 pm | | Reply

    Great post, very informative.

    And Schilling is 100% correct on that. There’s no way to say that any one team over the course of this era has ever been 100% clean. Players used to get ahead, and then some used just to keep up. Its all a shame really.

  2. May 26, 2009 at 1:17 pm | | Reply

    good post Josh.. Like the Sponge Bob reference.. The thing on all of this is that there will always be something bigger and better coming around the bend. The classic “steroid” to shoot in your ass days are over. But we’d be naive to think PED’s are over in general. Never. Too bad, but never.

  3. May 26, 2009 at 5:07 pm | | Reply

    no way PED’s will be gone. It’s just human nature.. We can raise our kids as good as anyone but when that much money is involved in MLB kids will want an edge. The only thing that will keep it out would be an unbelievable testing program.. and to be quite honest, would MLB want that? OR will they just attempt to clean it all up now and then turn a blind eye again when all the high end designer steroids come into play (if they haven’t already come into play)? Don’t forget, there’s still no testing for HGH that exists.

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