jfg wrote:SignGuy wrote:Not sure if this was posted yet but here's an interesting article for by Jayson Stark for some perspective
That was the media member I was referring to mostly for buying the apology hook, line and sinker.
I agree Yoda, it is easier to accept something when forgiveness is asked for. That's why he did it. It's still an insult that these players are still unwilling to come totally clean and lie straight-faced to the public even after they've been caught. Nothing's going to change until players, ownership and the commish start taking responsibility for what happened. If they just clean up the mess they made this would all be over with.
I agree with you as well. It's just that no one wants to own up to their screw up. It wasn't just the players who took them but also the trainers and doctors who provided them, commish, players association in general, managers, coaches and even player agents saw/knew what was going on and no one cared to do anything about it. Still, people are denying responsibility and yet it is always the players who are tried in the court of public. I just think it is silly.