Judgment day for Bonds, Clemens, Sosa at Hall
Barry Bonds hits a three-run home run against the Chicago Cubs in Chicago, July 19, 2007.
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#1 Jan 11, 2013
Steroids and Hgh were prescription drugs/controlled substances by the early 1990s. That means with a script many of those players were dealing in the illegal drug trade and/or dealing with criminals/drug dealers to get their roids.
Even if not illegal or not tested for in baseball you still had players using illegal substances the average joe could've been jailed for possessing those drugs in the quantities they probably had at times.
It just as much about criminal activity as it is cheating in baseball. Do the ends really justify the means?
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