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Monday 27, Dec 2010

  Senate bid for the final steroid test

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Senate bid for the final steroid testEver since Barry Bonds entered a San Francisco courthouse to testify about the use of drugs by him, baseball fans and media have been a part of anguished debate in relation to use of drugs in sports.

The baseball world is all full of speculations whether two “cheaters”, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, will be excluded by the Hall of Fame voters for making use of steroids and performance enhancing drugs.

Linda McMahon who has been accused of doing little to nothing to curb steroid use may find respite in the fact that users of anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs such as Jesse Ventura and Arnold Schwarzenegger have been appointed as governors.

Monday 11, Oct 2010

  Linda McMahon’s senate bid for the ultimate steroid test

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Linda McMahon's senate bid for the ultimate steroid testFans and media have engaged in an anguished debate about drugs in sports ever since Barry Bonds entered a San Francisco courthouse for testifying about the substances that had inflated his body and batting statistics.

The world of baseball is all full of speculations whether Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, two of the best hitter and pitchers of their eras, will be excluded by the Hall of Fame voters due to evidence that they made use of steroids and performance enhancing drugs.

The fact that users of anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs such as Jesse Ventura and Arnold Schwarzenegger have been considered good enough by the general public to be governors may offer respite to Linda McMahon to pursue her grand ambitions without worries.

Monday 23, Feb 2009

  BUD SELIG DEFENDS HIS POSITION

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bud-selig-defends-his-positionEveryone knows which Major League athletes took anabolic steroids and other performance enhancing drugs. Now everyone wants to know who should be held responsible to the obvious deterioration of the reputation of baseball all over the world. Personalities such as Jesse Ventura think that Bud Selig should take the blame. Ventura was the former governor of Minnesota. On top of that, he was also a professional wrestler. According to Ventura, pro wrestling faced its steroid issue by sacrificing Vince McMahon, chairman and CEO of the WWE, who was almost imprisoned for the faulty steroid policies they had. Ventura wonders why Bud Selig should be exempted from the same faith. Selig is the overseer of baseball and the captain of the ship. He should be held liable to the mistakes those under him make.

Of course, Bud Selig isn’t too happy with people blaming him and is quite fed up with it. In a recent interview, he admitted that he didn’t want to hear the public saying that the commissioner should have done this or that.

Selig is quite proud of what he has accomplished throughout the years. It had been worse years ago and he had done what he can given what was available to him. Selig said that he still would have done the same things if things were to happen all over again. There are better anti-steroid policies now and baseball has gone such a long way. As for the case of Alex Rodriguez, it is true that he might not have known but it should be something that everyone should take a look at and learn from.