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Saturday 09, Oct 2010

  No end to controversy over steroids in baseball

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No end to controversy over steroids in baseballThe steroid era in baseball may have been an amazing black eye for the sport but it seems like that there is no end to the growing popularity of anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs in baseball.

All this surely suggest that steroids were and will be a part of baseball and other sports in the future as well. Athletes don’t mind using their body as a tool for putting them at top of the sports mountain to stay close to name, fame, and recognition and the doping policies are often ineffective, to say the least.

More and more sportsmen are expected to join the lucrative world of steroids as they make an athlete feel a sense of being superhuman and benefits of steroids surely outweigh all factors that could have possibly inhibited the use of steroids.

Tuesday 21, Jul 2009

  Budding Baseball Players chime in on Steroids

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Budding Baseball Players chime in on SteroidsTruth has finally taken the front seat as baseball sluggers have been accused of cheating with the game after found guilty of using steroids in baseball.

With big names such as Mark McGwire, Barry Bonds, Alex Rodriguez, Sammy Sosa, Gary Sheffield and Manny Ramirez already being accused of usage of steroids in baseball, things are not looking good after truth of the steroid era in baseball has finally came out.

In the last many decades, popularity of steroids has grown considerably as young players are idolizing the big players on steroids just because they found no reason why they are accused of doing something bad if their idols can go free after doing the same things.

Major League Baseball Commissioner Allan “Bud” Selig recently had embarked on what he called the Anti-Steroid Initiative by teaming up with Partnership for a Drug-Free America in order to create a global ad campaign. This campaign is expected to educate parents and budding players to understand the harmful effects of steroids and how to stay away from them.

The game of baseball needs a break and this initiative is expected to provide the first relief.