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MITCHELL'S LADDDER
JANUARY 25, 2008


One thing that I have questioned ever since the Mitchell Report came out was the fact that the authorities seemed to ONLY have gone DOWN the food chain. I mean…usually, when a drug dealer of any sort is caught, they ask who he was getting his supply from – not who he was selling them to.  (MORE)

THE MITCHELL REPORT & CONGRESS
No arrests, no indictments?
JANUARY 15, 2008


With all of the “evidence” against various baseball players, I can’t imagine why the average person isn’t asking themselves “why have there been no arrests?”.

One theory is  that the Department of Justice didn't prosecute players because the evidence against them was incredibly weak. That theory, although totally true, is not the whole story. But let me state this again, and say that the “evidence” in the Mitchell Report is of the “He said/ She said” variety). (MORE)


CLEMENS AND CONGRESS
JANUARY 7, 2008


I have a confession to make…and it’s actually a little bit embarrassing. I’ve never actually watched an entire baseball game; in fact, even though the only baseball team I like is the New York Yankees (because I grew up in New Jersey, a state without a team per se), the only game I’ve ever been to was a Mets game (with my Uncle Bob and my cousins). This was about a decade or two ago. (MORE)


THE OTHER MICHELL REPORT
JANUARY 2, 2008


I’m constantly amazed at how things are taken totally out of context. As an example, the first time I’d ever heard of George Mitchell was when the Mitchell Report came out. Granted, he was a Senator previously, but I can’t actually name many Senators (can you?), nor too many Congressmen who aren’t from my home state. (MORE)

CLEMENS ON THE OFFENSIVE
DECEMBER 27, 2007

New Jersey, in addition to being one of the top 5 states in the nation for illegal steroid use, is also the number one state for diners both per capita as well as per square mile. If you’re from New Jersey you’ve spent more times eating at diners than you have likely spent in any other type of eating establishment. (MORE)

OTHER DRUGS IN BASEBALL
DECEMBER 20, 2007


Different drugs make different headlines in society for different reasons, and baseball has had it’s share of drug-related headlines. (MORE)

I DIDN'T INHALE - AND OTHER TALL TALES ABOUT DRUG USE
DECEMBER 19, 2007


Now that the Mitchell Report has been released to the public, and names have been named…we have a pretty good idea of who has bought steroids from Kirt Radomski. We also have records from compounding pharmacies and prescribing doctors, which only tells us that the players involved have used performance enhancing drugs legally (Major League Baseball even has a special exemption clause for this type of case). (MORE)


MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS
DECEMBER 18, 2007


Usually, when I see “experts” on television answering questions about anabolic steroids, I feel like I’m watching a contestant go through the first round of questions on “Who Wants to be a Millionaire”. You probably know what I’m talking about…the questions, which typically go something like this: (MORE)


THE FIVE W'S OF THE MITCHELL REPORT...
DECEMBER 17, 2007


By now, I’m sure you’ve seen the Mitchell Report being reported on by every major news outlet. And 100% of the time, it follows a pretty simple formula – the one they teach you in every journalism class in the country. (MORE)

PART 1
DECEMBER 14, 2007


Yesterday at 2pm EST, the entire country was treated to a report on performance enhancing drugs in Major League Baseball – called the Mitchell Report. While that report was being released to the public via a press conference, we here at Steroid.com were downloading the full 400 page version – and printing it out. (MORE)

 

 

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