thats what bothers me it seems there is not defined line on what can be taken. Over such a long season and demand placed on the players, certain products which dont dont boost/give unfair advantages should be taken. I dont see the problem with taking product which makes players feel better with playing the sport they are paid and expected to play at that high of level. I just think baseball is getting too picky and have to be more defined if they are going to crack down on players. 1/3 of a season for testing positive for a substance which wasn't even listed on the product purchaced at a GMC is rediculous
. He had no intention of cheating the season is a grind even more so for a RP. and for those saying anything about the playoffs relax
Romero was tested again on Oct. 1 before the start of the playoffs. The results were negative. He pitched eight times in the postseason and was the winning pitcher in Games 3 and 5 of the World Series, which the Phillies won over the Rays in five games.
Just for trying to compete without cheating and get 50 games is way out of line.