Apparently Bud Selig believes that steroid use will soon be eliminated. His statement in the New York Times is this: “This year I believe we will clean that up,” when referring to the drop from 5% positive tests to 1% positive last year. I’m not even going to go into how absurd the statement is. Just know this. The MLB commissioner’s office will be cleaned OUT before steroid use is cleaned UP. Players are always going to find some new drug that is untested. Doesn’t he realize this by now? Why even make this statement for a PR move? It simply makes him sound naive.

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