Want to know why we aren't celebrating the career year Jose Bautista is having in Toronto? Here's why: Barry Bonds. Mark McGwire. Sammy Sosa. Alex Rodriguez. And Roger Clemens.
Mark McGwire finally told the truth about steroids, so perhaps now some more of the big names suspected of using PEDs will follow his lead and at long last come forward, too.
Derek Jeter stands for all that is right with baseball, so imagine what would happen if his name ever appeared on a positive test list.
Shouldn't we be more interested in the list of 104 PED users than the list of 66 MLB All-Stars?
Forget Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa and other suspected steroids users. You know who really belongs in the Hall of Fame? The San Diego Chicken.
Let's take Alex Rodriguez at his word and judge his baseball legacy, including his Hall of Fame candidacy, "from this day forward."
Alex Rodriguez said he came clean Monday. But he further dirtied his sport, his reputation and his Hall of Fame chances.
Mark McGwire left a lot unsaid when he left baseball. If he wants back in, he needs to speak up.
Andy Pettitte is doing his part to put the steroids era behind us.
The Mitchell report is flawed, but well-intentioned. And the owners and players should pay close attention.
Never thought we'd say it, but we must: The answer to baseball's steroid inertia is ... congressional hearings.
The former BALCO prosecutor talks about Jason Giambi, the Commish, steroid amnesty, the Mitchell investigation ... and more.
How could a clubhouse gofer potentially bring a sport to its knees? When he's admittedly supplied performance-enhancing drugs to dozens of ballplayers for a decade and agrees to spill his guts to the feds.
Nobody's crazy about the idea, but here's a way to finally deal with baseball's biggest migraine. Hint: it's semi-painless.
If baseball and its players want out of the steroids/human growth hormone mess, they need to be creative. Here's one solution.
Believing in baseball's stats has always been a leap of faith. With steroids, Gene Wojciechowski's not sure he wants to make the jump.