Is it a surprise I am doing another article, yet again, on baseball and steroids. Well to be fair, this time it’s actually about a single player rather than the entire sport that is, to be frank, completely full of steroids.
Seriously, I mean it. Remember how when you were a kid you’d watch Scrooge McDuck jump into a huge pool of Gold and swim in it? Well, baseball players jump into a huge pool full of needles and syringes and jump in that!
But jokes aside, as I’ve stated numerous times before, I honestly have no problem with someone using anabolic steroids in sports if they used them correctly.
I would like to see anabolic steroids made legal one day and this is never going to happen without educating ourselves and the others around us.
We demand that these guys put in a higher and higher performance every week. While some call it cheating, I call it “dedication.”
Remember some sports men have been MURDERED for failing their team while it happens a lot to South American soccer players it has HAPPENED in the USA as well.
The pressure and stress of big money and living the life of success can get to anyone.
It’s no wonder then that so many baseball players turn to anabolic steroids. Let’s take a look at one such player Barry Bonds steroids.
Bonds is considered to be one of the greatest baseball players of all-time. He has a record-setting seven Most Valuable Player awards, including a record-setting four consecutive MVPs. He is a 14-time All-Star and 8-time Gold Glove-winner. He holds numerous Major League Baseball records, including the all-time Major League Baseball home run record with 762 and the single-season Major League record for home runs with 73 (set in 2001) and is also the all-time career leader in both walks (2,558) and intentional walks
Bonds has led a controversial career, notably as a central figure in baseball’s steroids scandal. In 2007, he was indicted on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice for allegedly lying to the grand jury during the government’s investigation of BALCO, by testifying that he never knowingly took any illegal steroids. The trial began March 21, 2011; he was convicted on April 13, 2011 on the obstruction of justice charge. On January 9, 2013 Bonds was denied entry into baseball’s Hall of Fame in Cooperstown during his first year of eligibility on the ballot.
What I find the most disturbing about this is that in a time when the economy is at its lowest the US government is wasting mone,y not trying to strengthen the economy or help those out in the USA, oh no it wishes to take pro baseball players to court! Absolutely ridiculous! The judge should be hung and everyone involved in this silly fiasco should be locked away.
Barry bonds steroids did happen. Obviously he was using them. Just by taking a look at his photo you can tell this, but so what? Everyone in that little baseball hall of fame has used anabolic steroids and that is the facts.
Why do you watch baseball? To be entertained did this guy entertain you? Mhmm. “Well yeah, he did but he cheated.” He cheated who? The other guys on steroids? No one cheated! He worked his ass off and became a champion fact.
Jealousy gets people nowhere and unfortunately it is currently being overrun in the USA right now.