An unsubstantiated accusation by Canseco is IMO as worthless as any unsubstantiated rumor. I understand your concern, but since there's talk about almost every star today with performance enhancing drugs, your stance is at best impractical, since no one from the past decade could get in. If there's real evidence (an admission, like Canseco, Caminiti, or even Sheffield's more limited one; documentary evidence a la Balco data on Barry Bonds; or a positive test like Palmiero), there's reason to do what you think appropriate to such users. But without that, it's all speculation that makes witch hunts a very real possibility.
Originally Posted by baseball junkie
I agree I-Rod isn't as good as the hype, especially defensively. However, he's still most impressive when looked at for the standards of his position, and I think he's HOF material.
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