Curt Schilling who played for the Red Sox just long enough to throw 38 pitches, and runs a blog at 38pitches.com thinks that Roger Clemens should give up his CY Young Awards mehrere dateien automatisch downloaden.
"If he doesn't do that then there aren't many options as a fan for me other than to believe his career 192 wins and three Cy Youngs he won prior to 1997 were the end sims 2 download origin. From that point on the numbers were attained through using [performance-enhancing drugs]. Just like I stated about Jose [Canseco], if that is the case with Roger, the four Cy Youngs should go to the rightful winners, and the numbers should go away if he cannot refute the accusations." -Curt Schilling 38pitches.com
This is sour grapes of course but it brings up an interesting question. How do we really know who would have done well and deserve awards with out performance enhancers? Is it possible that a great many Minor Leaguer's would have made the majors if they had chemical help?
The biggest problem that is caused by this wide spread drug use, is that it encourages High School and College athletes to follow in the foot steps of the pro's. While MLB may be able to afford more sophisticated drug testing, schools likely will stick with the more generic pee in a cup tests for Marijuana and opiates powerpoint smartart download for free.
The Mitchell report is basically a how to guide for student athletes to bypass drug testing.