The problem is the Union isn't educating it's hispanic members who seem to think they can get around the testing.
In any language, a professional baseball player must have a pretty good idea that taking performance enhancing substances is problematic. Putting all the responsibility on MLB and totally absolving the players is wrong and so typical of our times.
Prescription medicine is sold like travel size aspirin in most latin countries.
At the core of the problem is a toxic combination of desperation, opportunity and ignorance.
** That sounds like a people problem, not something limited to latin baseball players.
Avis tries harder.
Blame it on the GNC clerk making $10 an hour
As if naturally occuring plant hormones will cause one to fail
a test for d-bol..etc?
Our latest multi millionaire minority victim group...
Whats next General Mills selling muslims bad falafel causing
them to crash airplanes into buildings?
Man, I quite enjoy watching 'roided up freaks with bizarre-sized heads mash the ball into the stands. I'm gonna miss the muscle-bound freaks that 'roids helped create.
I've never seen the problem with PRO players using steroids or other supplements. They're supposed to represent the highest levels of human athletic achievement, right? Seems like some do indeed achieve more with steroids than without. I'd leave the choice up to them.