Steroids in Baseball: Does It Really Matter?

Posted: 13th October 2009 by Scott McKirahan in MLB
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ItÆs the bottom of the ninth, with two outs and the home team is at the plate. The score is tied and the runner on first, Andy Amphetamine, has taken a wide lead off of the bag. The pitcher, Henry (HGH) Humphries, glances over his left shoulder, decides his heat is enough to negate the runnerÆs big lead and fires a rocket toward the plate. The batter, Sammy Steroid, anticipating the star pitcher would be offering his famous, flaming fastball, begins swinging as the ball is leaving the hurlerÆs hand. An explosive transfer of weight occurs as he pushes off of his back leg and begins his swing. Both dugouts feel the air from the pumped-up behemothÆs tremendous swing as he connects with the ball, launching it down the left field line over the leaping third baseman, Andy Alcoholic. Left fie ...

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