posted by Brew City Bub @ 2:42 PM
Great point. I was thinking the same thing.But then before casting a stone at someone who uses the substances (which if I had to guess, Pujols has), I think, "why are we villifying steroids so much when they can do awesome shit like not only to heal a fully broken bone in one's forearm but also make that forearm strong enough to play major league baseball 14 days after the break?" It really is incredible. I need to do HGH.
I need HGH. Bad.
Condy, you know the two of us agree on steroid use overall, but the fact of the matter is he's cheating under the current rules. If we assume the best player on the Brewers' main competition is breaking the rules, it puts the Brewers at a disadvantage, provided they're following the rules. Big assumptions obviously, but it sucks all around.
Pujols can turn water into steroids. He also mows my lawn.Bub, stop whining.
It sucks for the brewers and it is unfair, but it's part of the game. The brewers need to figure out a way to steal more signs or pump HGH into their own players. something. Anything. We can agree on that. We can also agree that we all need HGH.
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