glen a richter wrote: section319 wrote: glen a richter wrote:
Among the MLB elite, the only one I can even remotely suspect is possibly clean is Jeter. And even that I'm not so sure about.
#1ELPBluzFan wrote:Bite your tongue...Pujols not only BETTER be clean, he's one of the "saving graces" of MLB be cause he IS clean.
(If I'm wrong and Albert is Juiced, I will NEVER watch anything related to MLB...not even if it's with the "beloved 'Birds"...)
IMO, MLB NEEDS a few players (i.e. Albert, Ryan Howard, Derek Jeter) to be clean in order to put this whole "steroid era" to rest.
BUT THIS RAISES THE QUESTION OF: how prevalent is the use of Steroids in the NHL???
Pujols is clean.
That explains his September fade-away after more names started to surface from the 'roid list.
Albert was merely "tired" and it didn't have anything to do with them being onto him or his getting tipped that he was going to be tested soon.
Yeah, that's what it was. It wasn't all the steroid talk from a couple years ago that got him to stop this year, it was A-rod who did it a few years ago and Manny who got caught taking whatever it was. But, you are right players don't go through slumps or anything, its obviously steroid. Nor do I think if he stopped taking steroids towards the end of the season it automatically makes you not as good, I could be wrong but I don't think it works like that or does it affect how you hit the ball probably just power. If you don't trust in Pujols, if he isn't clean no one who hits a good amount of jacks is.
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