Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Batting .333333333333333333333333333333333

The 9th player was just suspended under MLB's steroids policy, and it just so happens to be Michael Morse. When you add Ryan Franklin and Jamal Strong into that mix, that adds up to 3/9ths of the list of players being on the M's.

That's a .333 average we don't want to have.

It may appear in this case, though, that the suspension could be considered unjust. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports certainly thinks so. Go read the facts he presents and make your own conclusions.

A sad way to celebrate the day of the decade that has passed since another tall SS broke an unbreakable record.

This problem, both the steroids problem and the testing/suspension problem, needs to be fixed.

No one has answered my question yet, though. Can a player on the DL be tested, and, subsequently, suspended for violating the policy?


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