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I don't understand why anyone still cares about this, on any level. The sport will never be rid of PEDs - indeed, in time there is a great chance that PEDs will be legal again and accepted; see the change in the laws against same-sex marriage or inter-racial marriage -- and nobody has any clue which players who have been anointed 'clean' are actually clean.
I actually feel sad for people whose thought process is so warped that they would still think negatively of a player for using PEDs, or, even worse, would think that they have the faintest notion which players presumed clean are actually clean.
We have had testing for a decade, and now get hit with this 'bombshell.'
Sports aren't about risking your health to win
Meanwhile, did they ever catch the Tylenol tamperer who's responsible for everything having 39 seals on it?
I may be showing my age, but everyone saluted Kerri Strug for winning a gold medal while risking the long term health of her ankle.
But now, with this story, the franchise and its 2009 championship are smeared by Rodriguez’s connection to PEDs.
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