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Then, perhaps worst of all, you had Ravech’s one-on-one with ESPN reporter Buster Olney, who more or less spent his time on the air making a laundry list of people and entities that Braun needs to apologize to. Everyone from the Arizona Diamondbacks (whom Braun, it appears, performed against in the 2011 NLDS while on PEDs) to people in Milwaukee who had eaten at Braun’s restaurant.
Leiter’s revelation that MLB’s testing policy essentially ignored guys who didn’t appear obvious users was stunning for a network owned by a league.
ESPN is a comedy show disguised as a sports network
Someone tweeted at Tracy Ringolsby yesterday something to the effect of, "Now can we give the 2007 Rookie of the Year to Tulo?" The ol' ballfan responded, "No, we can move on," which seemed eminently sensible to me.
This is Sportscenter has a lot of really great things. My personal favorite, is a baseball one.
One man repeatedly calling for specifics, and another just being angry, doesn’t make for good or compelling television.
Speakin' of "ballfan," I know he has a job and all, but I liked having him around here and I wish he'd come back again.
How does "baseball ignored guys who weren't obvious users" square with the list of lousy players caught and used as "proof" that steroids don't make (that big) a difference?
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