rib217 wrote:If all you bonds fans want to argue his stats before the questionable steroid period...so be it...you still have incredibly valid points for him being outstanding. Even if you want to use his steroid stats, once again...so be it. Afterall, who know how many guys were or are using it.
Please just dont defend his steroid use. You and I both know he used them, you and I both know he knowingly used them. Despite whether or not you are gonna say he hasnt been found guilty blah blah, we all know he did. Stick to the argument that works. In the past he was an amazing ball player, with the aid of steroids he was an insanely good ball player. A cheater like many others but still an insanely good ball player with the roids.
Steroids weren't against baseball rules until 2003...
Since 2003 Bonds has never failed a drug test...
get out of the game and leave the record intact, you cheater.
The only intact record is Harmon Killebrew's. Check the sig.
And you'd better not listen to Tav; he's so far off base on this issue. Next he's going to say that Michael Jordan holds the career HR record. Isn't that right? Aren't you biased against all true baseball players, Tav? Just admit it. You know it's true.