Re: 50 Major League Baseball Players to Be Named Using Steroids
Originally Posted by cybsball20
Some of this has to be attributed to changes in diet, work outs, and ball parks. Granted, there is ALOT of illegal technology at work but even 20 years ago people thought Nolan Ryan was crazy for being a pitcher and lifting weights.
I'll grant you that the change in training and reduction in ballpark size has something to do with it but I think it is really the introduction of these drugs (steroids, HGH, etc.) into the training that has dramatically altered the landscape.
I cheer for two teams, Iowa State and whoever is playing the hawkeyes.
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