wouldn't touch Bonds with a 10 foot pole...
not saying he's on the juice but doesn't it strike anyone as funny that as soon as MLB is forced to close the confidential, dollar fine penalty option for steroid use...
the duh, how'd that get in there....
[answer] duh,... maybe if someone breaks the most cherished record in sports and, at the same time tests positive for 'roids, a good way to sweep that embarassing peice of info under the rug option)
Bond's routine arthriscopic knee surgery now needs, like, a year or two recovery time.
sounds like another record for Bonds to me..
oh yea, injured players on the dl CANNOT be tested under the current contract.
not saying he's on 'roids, but...
'roids are tricky and since even the smallest interruption in the precise steroid treatment program that someone in their 40's hitting a ton of homers would necessarily need to follow
leads to stuff like accelerated heart beats, muscle tears, spastic backs, etc. you know stuff like Bonds has been afflicted with in the not too remote past.
an abrupt withdrawal could lead to an instantaneous crash and burn, like some others who names need not be mentioned, so wouldn't be any use to play.
Would be a good reason NOT to play.
but not saying he's on the juice...
but would like to know how long the good, expensive, hard to detect stuff needs to be gone to be absolutely certain won't spike the 'gram
one to two years?
but not saying he's on the 'droids.
want to make sure everyone understands that, egads, wouldn't DARE accuse the old muslcehead of being on the 'droids.