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curious_george_43545 wrote:McGwire cried, refused to say he never did steriods, Palmerio straight denied ever using them
Schilling-"It's not that serious of a problem"
Palmerio-"I didn't do steroids"
McGwire-"I don't want to talk about the past, I'm here to talk about the future/I can't comment on that/I'm not gonna talk about that past"
Sosa-"What they said"
Canceso-"Blah blah blah"
No players named, no questions really answered, no closer to a solution. Just for anyone who missed it
yep, and Mcgwire defiantly did the worsepomplona's finest wrote:I think Palmeiro did best, he just popped up there and flat out denied using steroids and essentially called Canseco a liar. Much better testimony than other guys who either ducked questions or denied the problem.
acsguitar wrote:I don't konw if you guys heard him but MR. Serrano.. on the panel, had a great speach about basebal...I'd like to get a transcript...it was the best part of watching this garbage proceeding.
blankman wrote:acsguitar wrote:I don't konw if you guys heard him but MR. Serrano.. on the panel, had a great speach about basebal...I'd like to get a transcript...it was the best part of watching this garbage proceeding.
Was that the one saying "we do need to look at the past" and then gave examples of Watergate, Enron etc saying that those people couldn't just say "we don't want to talk about the past" and baseball can't either?
I believe that (the man I'm talking about) was a Rep (R) from Indiana but I could be wrong. That speech though was very strong and was pretty much a direct attack at McGwire.
nsulham wrote:I agree acs, Mr. Serano's speech might have been the best of the day.
Talking about how he has a McGwire rookie card that he'll never sell and will pass on to his son; how he's saddened that the Bash Brothers were broken up in front of everyone; how saddened he is that the players were uncomfortable and that everyone had to be at the stupid meeting. Came across as a genuine baseball fan and I think sounded the most "everyman" of the whole group.
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