“You’ll have to talk to the union”

Who could have predicted that the greatest source of factual information in the steroid era would be Jose Canseco?  Remember the media tour for his book last spring?  Turns out that his accusations against Alex Rodriguez are gaining credibility by the day.

Today’s news that Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids in 2003 run counter to his previous denials on the subject.

"I'm not saying anything"

"I'm not saying anything"

Bummer, but not terribly surprising.  Throw him in the same syringe-infested pool with McGwire, Bonds, Clemens, Palmeiro, and so many others.  He is now tarnished forever.

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~ by acm213 on February 7, 2009.

2 Responses to ““You’ll have to talk to the union””

  1. Every single baseball player juiced. There is no getting around it. Brady Anderson hitting 50 home runs; Greg Brock and BJ Surhoff actually hitting more than 20?? They always said the ball was juiced back in 1996. It was the players.

  2. it seems to be all about competition, winning at all costs, so it’s hard to blame players that shoot up;

    is their job to be sports stars or is it to “play the game?”

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