Add more names to the infamous list of 104 players who tested positive for performance-enhanced drugs in MLB's 2003 survey testing.
A-Rod confessed earlier this year, and we should have a few more this year. Let's start with Boston Red Sox teammates Manny Ramirez and David Ortiz whom the New York Times is reporting to be on the list. Manny just finished serving a 50-game suspension for violating MLB's drug policy. Up to now, there has not been any speculation about other Red Sox players or even about Manny while playing for the Sox.
The list was supposed to be sealed, meaning nobody will be punished for by MLB as they know who is on it. The public will not be happy. Still happy to pay big money to see athletes on roids hitting it hard? The MLB is a fraud. All records broken by people using roids should be erased.
Can't wait for these guys to be in the Hall of Fame. Why not establish a hall of shame? Why are these cheaters tolerated?
Don't want to be the morale police, but come on, MLB needs to do something as public scorn alone is not a deterence. Hit their wallets. That's the only thing these overpaid jerks understand.