Baseball Is One Big Fluke

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Baseball Is One Big Fluke
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From Roger Clemens to Barry Bonds and even Manny Ramirez, baseball as we knew it's not the same anymore. For some strange reason everyone who's in baseball's taking performance enhancing drugs to make them a better player in the MLB, to me I think that if you even took performance enhancing drugs that you are a cheater and most likely a liar because you got all these people believing that you are a good and loyal baseball player and there you go injecting or taking steroids as a meal or some kind of medication. Baseball has changed as for other sports, but the way that you hear about baseball players taking steroids it's like it isn't real because as a child you looked up to these people and here they go taking steroids. Here is just a few big named players who have been accused of taking steroids.

1. Alex Rodriguez, who would have knew that A-Rod the richest baseball player today took steroids from 2001 to 2003, the same season that he won the AL MVP award and broke 300 career home runs, well we now know how he found all the energy to do that.

2. Manny Ramirez, or as others always say Manny just being Manny, he's being Manny alright by taking steroids which he claimed that he did not know was steroids. That is what happens when you are care-free you don't care what your taking. Also in 2003 he was part of 104 players who tested positive for steroids, and 2003 was also a big year for Manny, is that a coincidence or what.

3. Last person on this list is David Ortiz the man who claims that he does not even like steroids and says that players who test positive for steroids should be banned for life in the MLB because they are disrespecting the game. Surprise, Surprise in 2009 Ortiz tested positive for steroids saying that he did not even know 

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