mweir145 wrote:It figures...out of all the people that likely tested positive for amphetamine use last year, why is his name the one that leaks out when it's not supposed to? It's certainly no coincidence, I'll tell you that much. Bonds should not have been publicly identified here.
Hey, ESPN needed something to drone on about and the "McGwire snub" has grown stale already.
Ugh, it's days like this that I leave the sports talk radio off.
True, if Bonds did knowingly take amphetamines as the article suggest, he was in the wrong. However he accepted what he did, took 6 more tests that came up negative, and moved on.
Accepted what he did?? He tried to pass the buck to Sweeney, didn't he??
By not appealing the result, I took that as accepting what he did. He moved on, and so did the league just as they should have, atleast until this report came out.
And not to say that I believe him about Sweeney, but who's to say he's lying either? Keep in mind that these things were all over clubhouses heading into 2006, and still may have been widely available. It wouldn't be surprising for a veteran like Mark Sweeney to still have them in his locker.