I've got to wonder why using performance enhancing drugs (which is illegal) is so widespread among major league ballplayers. It seems to me MLB really doesn't care but feels like when players get caught, they have to do something. Personally, I think if they really wanted to put a stop to it they should suspend players for life from ever playing in the pros again.
Finally, according to USA TODAY, it seems as though they are finally getting serious. See MLB Prepared to Ban A-Rod for Life, Suspend Eight Others. I am excited to see that Jhonny Peralta of the Detroit Tigers (a former Indians player) is also facing possible suspension. I never liked him. Maybe this will slow down those Tigers.
In my opinion, using performance enhancing drugs is cheating. It spoils the game when people cheat and you have to throw a players stats out to be fair to the rest of the players who do not cheat. I'm sure this happens in other sports as well and all of them should put a stop to it by kicking the offenders out. It is either a rule or it isn't and if it is, then players need to abide by it. It's just that simple. No warning is needed because all the players are aware of the rule, I'm sure.
Yes, I do see things in black or white. So be it! What do you think about this issue?
Hovering Close to the Source
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