Post by idledreamer on Jul 30, 2009 17:37:09 GMT -5
p.e.d. = 'performance enhancing drugs'
boston red sox slugger 'big papi' david ortiz is on the list of 104 major league baseball players (the list with manny ramirez, barry bonds, sammy sosa, raphael palmiero, etc. etc..) that tested positive for 'perfromance enhancing drugs' (in other words steriods) back in 2003.
'cos all of the stars... are fadin' away.......'
sad sad sad,,, seriously the integrity of the game is in a WORLD of hurt rite now.
Last Edit: Jul 30, 2009 17:41:32 GMT -5 by idledreamer - Back to Top
Drugs have taken over baseball and bicycle racing. Which sport is next?
track and field (name 5 olympic 100m gold medal winners that haven't tested positive at the olympics or afterwards! have fun!), football (e.g. juve in the 1990's), american football (also BALCO), swimming... i guess you'll have to stick to golf or something ;D
Post by joeyfrancis on Jul 31, 2009 8:34:06 GMT -5
would just like to point out that Mark Buehrle, a man who has never suspected of any performance enhancing drugs (Why should he be, he throws 84 mph?), threw a perfect game the other day, and then threw 5+ perfect innings in his next game to break the record for most consecutive batters retired (45). And this incredible catch saved it all:
So there are bright spots in the baseball world, despite the cloud of steroids.