bada wrote:agreed although I dont think it should not count. Steriods was EVERYWHERE and almost everyone KNEW it.
All this business about putting asterix on records, not getting into the hall of fame, and all that is non sense in my mind.
While Bonds most CERTAINLY was doing steriods, probably was over 60% of the pitchers he hit against. From all accounts, steriod use was ever more prevalant with pitchers than it was with position players.
Unless you can know for sure exactly who was using or not (which obviously is impossible) then everything should just count. Especially when baseball turned a blind eye
haha, ok bada, 99.9% probability
but i agree with you, EVERYONE"S (going with the CAPS theme) record should be intact, as much as it disturbs everyone, cuz in reality, it is possible ANYONE or EVERYONE used it. So we cannot just blame the ones who were caught (especially just the stars) when many more people got away with it, and maybe even some Future HOF's got away with it too.