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Wednesday, August 08, 2007

He did it

Well, Barry Bonds finally hit the MLB record breaking home run. I really could care less about him breaking the record because I am neither a pro or anti Bonds person. And no, I don't care about the allegations that he took steroids. If he really took steroids - fine, kick him out of baseball, but then - where is the evidence? It's not like the juice scandal is a new thing, it goes all the way back into the early 2000's with McGuire and Sosa. My point: either he's guilty and should have been kicked out of baseball a long time ago (and thus never broke the record) or he's innocent and should be treated just like any other player. The head honchos at MLB such as commissioner Bud Selig need to bring the story to an end - something they have failed to do for the last decade. Good luck.

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Blogger Coop said...

He did use steroids. Period. There is too much evidence for someone to believe he hasn't. He is a jerk who should have gotten his butt kicked out of the league 2 years ago and never should have broken the record. and because the MLB front office was too chicken to take action, we have a cheater holding the no. 1 spot on the All-Time list. His numbers should be completely scrapped form the record books and he should be banned form all MLB activity for life.

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