Baseball Steroid Problem

BaseballSteroid Problem, You have thought about it so what do you think?

Pot is Boiling----- Tempest in a Teapot ?
Your Call, Not Mine, Not His, Yours

Baseball Steroid Problem is problematic and is pervasive throughout our society for the use or need for an artificial quick fix therefore the subject alone is cause to conjure up thoughts of controversy. How can one really really be all knowing and have the magic solution for this baseball dilemna?

Is streoid use a one ups manship problem or a real life health issue?

King Solomon with all of his wisdom would be hard pressed, with one declaration, to solve this baseball problem and sports dilemna which would be pleasing to all.

Baseball Steroid problem with drugs used for body strength enhancement steroid or growth hormone has a significant and dangerous after effect making the steroid taker a Super Dope.

Given its far reaching effects and the impact upon our Baseball Game, with our Baseball Heroes of by-gone-days, it will be a tough nut to crack.e is a medical problem which is personal but it is also a scourge image problem which debases how we hold our heroes in esteem as athletes.

This general public view of having our heroes or super stars of the sports world by perception of being cheaters is the real rub.

Artificial or sneak advantage is perceived to be a cowardly way to achieve prowess and super abilities and is not approved by our society at large.

Organized baseball is saddled with not only monitoring and curtailing this action it is also challenged to change the fan base feeling that all is well in Camelot.

The New MLB Drug Testing Policy

The new policy was brought about by threat of legislation from Congress. Under the policy tougher penalties for steroid use are implemented. Under the new policy the players are to be tested during their spring training along with at least one additional test during the regular season as well as being subject to random testing throughout the regular season.

If youve been following the news lately, no doubt youve heard about the new MLB drug testing policy. While you may have heard about the policy you might not understand the specific implications of the policy and how it may affect your favorite players and teams.

The policy also takes a whack at possession of illegal steroid use in addition to use of illegal steroids. Players convicted for the possession of illegal steroids are subject to a 60-80 game suspension for the first offense and 120 games to one year for a second offense. A lifetime ban is on the table for a third offense. Players who are convicted of steroid distribution face tougher suspensions for the first offense and are subject to a lifetime ban after the first offense.

Baseball-Character-Test, proves once again the game of baseball must stand and show its mettle under intense fire and close scrutiny.

Shame, Shame on us all if we even for the slightest hint could possibly, for one moment, think one man or any group of men has the true solution. I contend there is no collective answer to satisfy all.

Baseball Steroid Problem will impact every future aspect of our great sport of baseball and the way we measure the feats of our baseball heroes. Will all baseball cards of the future have a warning label like our cigarette pack?

"Be aware this player may or may not have used enhancing drugs in his performance achievement." Good folks, and all real baseball fans, I may have used the soluble word for this issue. Drug--Do we not have a Food and Drug Administration in place to handle illicit drug use and marketing?

Baseball Commissioner, Baseball Fans, Baseball Steroid problem users, U.S.Senator, U.S.Congressman, Corner Butcher, and Aunt Susie, Let's think like The Thinker. Can there be a single decree which will make all tall men short or short men tall? What difference does it make if I wore black shoes and the Navy wore brown shoes?

This black shoe brown shoe analogy will be understood well by all you Navy and Marine Corps sailors and marines of the "old Corps" there is a difference, but it mattered not. We served, we fought and we conquered as a team.

If a player standing 6'4" inches and weighing 240 to 260 pounds gets the job done, then glory for him. Remember that feller stretching to hit that 5'8" tape just might show you how it's done-with true grit.

What causes those Baseball Steroid problem records to be reached and surpassed is not something you or I could or will possibly control.

Bailey reminds me, "It's not how big a player is, but the size of his heart which is the true measure of a man." A "Man's heart is what bonds and gives life to mortal man's spirit, giving him hope, determination, perserverance, and all the great traits for successful living."

Baseball Steroid problem is an issue of mortal man so how are we to say what is fair and rewarding when we consider the immortality issue of mankind. The things we ponder or argue over are so irrelevent in the bigger scheme of things.

Another thing I know, Wheaties are Greeaaaat. But do they really separate the homerun hitter from the goof ball batter who strikes out or at best hits a weak pop up to the second sacker?

I think not. Give me a break, Is there any ole codger out there anywhere who didn't do his dead level best to improve physically to be a hero?

Baseball Steroid problem is not the end all answer to the greatness of a player. In time, baseball heroes are those baseball players who have class and respect for the rules of playing.

Give me back all your weight lifting equipment we are going to sell it all for scrap metal. My record only records natural occurring events and natural births, no cesarean sections allowed. Just a thought to ponder with this dilemna as you think you are the only one with the right slant on the right or wrong of the issue.

I want you to have some ammunition to use in your thought process to contemplate this Baseball Steroid problem question. I do not want my baseball game nor my baseball hero collectible cards answering this question.

True fans who follow and have enjoyed playing baseball understand the who and why of the players they support. They honor them with their loyalty and uphold them with passion. He may not have produced and broken records but a player of which people can say,"There stands a player I hope my youngster will follow," is my kind of player.

The umpire makes a judgment call during the game. His agenda is not to deny a baseball hero his fan following. His call is made in a split second and to the best of his judgment. Never, Never should we consider an umps call the deciding factor for winning or losing a game.

The loser in this debate of Baseball Steroid problem is foremost the player user who ruins his health the fans are simply incidental in this issue for the only thing they lose is ego for following a loser.

It would have been better if your team had never gotten off the bus to play the game, if the players did not "want to" get the hits to win, and have solely depended upon the umpires decision to win. Where does this thought process leave us?

Must ever human frailty and judgment miscalculation of all living breathing mankind or our baseball players need the settlement of who, what, and why? Life has gone on throughout civilization. Must we reinvent the wheel?

Rules and regulations of living need not reside in one specific area or activity for resolution. Baseball and steroids is a mankind problem and not endemic solely to baseball.

This baseball steroids thing is a " drug use issue" independent of our game of baseball.

I'll simply ask this question, "Who would you chose out of all history of baseball, to be chosen or predestined, as the one hitter which must be crowned Home run King"? Alright you made your choice, Why?

Who in the name of goodness hit that hornet's nest and got everyone running from the stinger bombardment?

Just think about Baseball Steroid problem what you are thinking and soon, the muddy water will clear itself on its journey to the sea, and it will be crystal clear. Baseball Steroid problem did not happen yesterday and will not end tomorrow.

If the Baseball Commisioner or Congress were to ask me, I would be most obliged to give my answer as to this Baseball Steroid problem. No Guts No Glory--

My way of viewing the issue of Baseball Steroid Problem is slightly different from most.

I thought I heard the Ump cry, "Play ball". He is in charge..Come on Let's Play Ball...

Batter Up----Let's Play Ball....

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