"Sutcliffe is a very good analyst. That said, everyone always overstates the amount of players using steroids. I think there will be 3 players in the majors who test positive that have been an All-Star sometime in their career. I don't think it'll be to the proportion people think."
First sentence pretty much ruins any creditability you have. And who overstates it? It's becoming obvious more and more people are using it. And this testing doesn't even detect growth hormones! If you don't think MLB turned a blind eye to this and let players run wild, you're a fool. There's stories coming out now of players using it in the 80s.
"Lost in the steroid controversy are seasons Ken Griffey Jr. put together, hitting back-to-back 56 homerun seasons. Lets not forget the legit seasons he had."
Who's to say Griffey wasn't on the juice? His body sure is breaking down unnaturally. Maybe he wasn't on roids, maybe it was growth hormones. Who knows. Anyone who played 90+ could have easily used it. The numbers don't lie. Equipment hasn't changed. This isn't golf. The players WERE using something. The rapid jump in power, has never been seen in 100 years of baseball. Anyone with a clue will tell you that this period in baseball is tainted, to what degree is up for debate.