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Let's talk about Pujols....

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Only baseball player I 100% believe did not take roids is David Eckstein

I put Ken Griffey, Jr in that very, very small group of players that I trust did not use PEDs

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Fo sho. The Big Hurt was the man- just got his number retired by the Sox the other night!

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He has to be a bad guy...

WASHINGTON - St. Louis Cardinals player Albert Pujols speaks after he was presented with a Hope Award during the 'Restoring Honor' rally in front of the Lincoln Memorial at the National Mall on August 28, 2010 in Washington, DC.

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They say 2010 is the year of the pitcher but in reality it is the year without amphetamines. Amazing what those little pills will do.

Yep. I don't like roids, but if the hitting can't catch up to the pitching, the league needs to do something. I can appreciate good pitching but it can be very boring sometimes.

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David Eckstein did roids too. knew a baseball of america writer, said david had the look like a body builder in the clubhouse.

the beat writers knew, but just like owners,coaches,fans didnt say nothing cause cash was following.

huge poolholes fan, 99% sure he atleast did HG.

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David Eckstein did roids too. knew a baseball of america writer, said david had the look like a body builder in the clubhouse.

the beat writers knew, but just like owners,coaches,fans didnt say nothing cause cash was following.

huge poolholes fan, 99% sure he atleast did HG.

Well then it is official......I now believe that everyone in MLB has taken roids. Even Bobby Cox.

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Yep. I don't like roids, but if the hitting can't catch up to the pitching, the league needs to do something. I can appreciate good pitching but it can be very boring sometimes.

ok, you cant be a big baseball fan if you believe this. lol

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