The Red Sox used steroids also so I guess it would be a fit.
Baseball is ruined. Ok?
They all do. It's just the guys that are making all the money that get caught
I watched a world series from 1949 and the athleticism is quite evident without steroids. We need to wipe the records of all these guys out because baseball is couched in history. Ruin the continuity of history and you ruin baseball.
I don't believe they all do it. Just when you see a 44 year old Roger Clemens throwing harder with more muscle than when he was 25 that you see baseball is ruined. Too bad people aren't as outraged at Clemens and McGuire and Sosa and Arod as they were with Bonds. What a bunch of hypocrite fans. That is another thing that ruins baseball.
A-Rod or should I say "A-Roid" will retire as a Yankee. No doubt, he had a great post-season for the World Series Champions. I do not see him leaving for the hated rivals in the Red Sox.
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