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  1. September 3, 2009 at 12:34 pm | | Reply

    The only problem with the list, is I’m sure there’s players on it who didn’t take PEDs (false positives) and likewise players who did juice but aren’t on the list.

  2. September 4, 2009 at 7:58 am | | Reply

    There is an expectation in our society that a promise should be a promise and when that promise has the force of law – a judge sealed the list – it needs to be kept. Whoever leaked any of the names violated a court order and should be prosecuted. The players who took that test did so under the promise that the names would never be made public. There are also reports of players refusing to take the test – thereby being listed as a “positive” – so that the number of positive results would be high enough so that MLB would do something. Should those player’s names be dragged through the mud also? The list should have been destroyed and shame on whoever didn’t so that.

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