On Tuesday night against the Atlanta Braves, New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez connected on a Jonny Venters pitch, lifting a line drive into the bleachers at Turner Field for a grand-slam home run.
The blast with the bases loaded tied Rodriguez with the great Lou Gehrig for 23 round-trippers with the bases full.
Here's the question—would the record-tying event have been more significant if it hadn't been achieved by someone who admitted using performance-enhancing drugs?
Not to mention the fact that Gehrig achieved the feat in less at-bats (8,001 to A-Rod's 9,414), but that's not the issue at hand right now.
Records are going to continue to be broken, and others already have. These records were broken by people who either admitted they used PEDs or were accused of using them.
Do we care when these records are broken by alleged PED users?
Here are 10 other records that have been broken by MLB players who have been called cheaters.