Okay, So Maybe It’s Not Completely Over With Me…

THIS is the way to solve the dilemma of how to deal with the entire steroids issue.

" Keeping known rule-breakers outof Cooperstown would be a lot more effective deterrent than putting
asterisks alongside their records, to be disregarded by those who are
"non-judgmental." "

Dr. Thomas Sowell

Makes all kinds of sense to me!

11 Comments

nice entry rick.

chris

Thanks, Chris!
Rick

I completely agree. If they keep Rose out for betting AFTER his career as a player, they certainly can’t let players in who cheated to get an unfair advantage over others WHILE they were playing.

By the way, I’m just starting a new blog.

http://modernrooters.blogspot.com/

Check it out if you’ve got some time and let me know if you’d want to exchange links.

I concur. That ought to keep Selig out, too.

Of course it’s too good of an idea to happen.

Michael Norton – Some Clubhouse

http://mlblog.someclubhouse.com

Thanks, guys!
Have a Merry Christmas!

Rick

My only thing is I don’t think we can keep guys out that have the suspicion of using. So how do you handle that? Surely there was a lot of guys using that we’ve never heard of. Interestingly I’d say more than 2/3 of the names on the report have no shot at the Hall with or without being on that report.

ATTENTION ALL READERS!
I have NOT been neglecting this blog, but I haven’t been able to access it due to internal problems at MLBlogs.

As soon as I’m able, I will update this page!

Thanks for your patience.

Rick

Happy New Year Rick!!

Hey Rick!!!

-Chris

The Ultimate Baseball Collector

http://ultimatebaseballcollector.mlblogs.com

The problem with that idea is that players who used steroids before 2003 but not afterwards did not break any MLB rules, and that’s most of the players in question.

That’s stupid.
Because then,
what about the guys who used/will use steroids
and get into the Hall Of Fame, because no one ever found out?

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