There are simple truths to this matter.
One: It's impossible to count the number of players that took, or are taking H.G.H and or steroids. Player's closest to the game, on the collegiate and professional levels, all have encountered teammates and opponents that have taken some sort of performance-enhancing-whatevers, especially in the "Steroid Era," where it was looked at with eyes closed. No test? No penalty? Why not? An MLB player, who we will call "nameless," told me back in 2002 that he was taking a cycle, and stoked about the results. It kept his fastball at 93, consistently, as opposed to topping out at 93, and he felt stronger. However, to that he also acknowledged the fact his fastball was already 91-92. He wasn't mid-80's, sans the super juice, with zero power. That's what got him in the league in the first place. Swinging at the dead horse one more time, he was talented already.
Two : Now that we know it happened, and a lot of players experimented, it's is time to hit the snooze-button on this annoying alarm of a situation. Roger Clemens lied, Bonds lied, Palmero lied, Sosa lied, Oliver North lied too. People lie, mainly to get out of uncomfortable situations. "Yes honey, those pants look amazing on you." We have all done it before, and we will all do it again, and again!
The game is on a rise from recent "down years," and it's time for that momentum to progress. How Roger Clemens decided to answer the government is his doing. Guilty or innocent, get it over with, and let's go to a game. I say this as a true "Clemens-hater". I never rooted for him, based on the teams he played for, and the strike zone - 7 inches off the plate - he enjoyed in his career. But, I do realize a great pitcher when I see one, and I don't account for what he put on his Wheaties in the morning as my reasoning.
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