Between andapproximatelywomen were forced into prostitution. The women came from China, I think it important to define prostitution as the consensual granting of sexual gratification by one person in exchange for money or other valuable consideration.
Long-time members of the Baseball Writers Assn. All three are deserving and the Hall is much richer with their inclusion. They all put up numbers worthy of the Hall of Fame but they all have been passed over because those numbers were likely inflated by steroid use.
But the Los Angeles Times has a policy against its staff members voting in postseason awards, including the various Halls of Fame.
The belief is that we should report the news, not make it. Whether we want to acknowledge it or not, baseball -- as well as many other sports -- was rife with performance-enhancing drug use in the s and early s.
And though many, from the commissioner to the lowly scribes who now vote for the Hall of Fame, either knew that or suspected it, they all chose to look the other way. So banning Clemens and Co. If, in fact, eight of every 10 players were using banned substances in the s, what advantage did Clemens and Co.
Seems like a pretty even playing field to me. More to the point, though, that also makes it impossible to separate tainted numbers from clean ones. Maddux has avoided the stench of the steroid era. But if drug use was as pervasive as ex-players say it was, did Clemens really get a clear advantage while Maddux was untainted?
How many steroid users did Clemens strike out? How many wins did Maddux get because a drugged-up teammate delivered a clutch hit, made a great defensive play or saved the game with a scoreless relief effort?
No sport, with the possible exception of track and field, reveres its numbers and its history as baseball does. Players from the dead-ball era, when you could lead the league with six home runs, are judged against their peers and not against the players of today.
Would Babe Ruth have hit home runs if he had played against integrated teams? Bob Gibson led the National League with a 1. We should do the same with the steroid era and simply accept the fact that a majority of players used drugs and that virtually every game from that era was affected by them.
What if a player voted in now is found to be a steroid cheat later? The point is, we will never be able to put the genie back in the bottle.
But Gaylord Perry proudly boasted that he cheated by throwing illegal pitches throughout his career and you know where he is now? In the Hall of Fame.A Case for the Decriminalization of Anabolic Steroids March 25, / 0 Comments / in Decriminalization / by Peter Trzos HAVE YOU BEEN CHARGED WITH POSSESSION OF ANABOLIC STEROIDS?
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