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Reaction to Matt Williams story

November 6, 2007

The tip of the iceberg is where we are in relation to the “steriod era” in major league baseball. It should come as no surprise when a former major league player from the early 2000’s is linked to taking a foriegn substance. My stance on this subject has been to blame major league baseball for not having testing or lists of banned substances until it was too late. I believe Matt WIlliams claim that he he used HGH on the advice of a doctor to treat an ankle injury he suffered during spring training in 2002.
This story will reach its peak in the next month. Baseball is bracing itself for the findings from former Senate Majority leader George Mitchell, who’s conducting a full scale steriod report that will be released sometime before Christmas.
Baseball still does not have blood testing and a report in the New York Times over the weekend said that the baseball union gives players 48 hours notice before they are going to be tested. How lame of a testing procedure is that???
More tonight at 5pm

Posted by Brad Cesmat at November 6, 2007 12:13 PM

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