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Did The Steriod Era Effect Potenial 300 Game Winners?

PHOENIX - JUNE 11:  Pitcher Randy Johnson #51 of the San Francisco Giants watches from the dugout during the major league baseball game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field on June 11, 2009 in Phoenix, Arizona.  The Diamondbacks defeated the Giants 2-1.  (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
francis vetterContributor INovember 17, 2016

Randy Johnson is the newest member of the 300 win club and the last one for a long time. Is it biggest her got drafted in the 80's and go most of his wins in the 90's where if steroids were around they didnt effect the game like it does now!I am Wondering because all of the steroid emerging and the great hitters that dont stop appearing out of no where in the league.Is steroids the reason that the next 300 game winner might not be playing in the Majors today! Think bout all the Great pictures we had the last ten years..CC Sabathia No where near it Johan Santana Not gonna Reach it and the list goes on! Alot of people say its the Pitch counts fault and the 5 days rest and all that.How do we factor Steroids in too every hitting category and say it doesnt effect the pitches of this era! U have to Have amazing Stuff to get noticed and stay at the top of your game..where pitches like Jamie Moyer survived before the steroid era throwing sub-par stuff.. I'm thinking If Johan Santana and CC and Halladay get 250 thats has good has 300 in my eyes with the unfair advantage being used at the plate in god knows how many hitters..Congrats Randy Johnson on 300..Your be the youngest in that club for awhile

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