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Toronto without the HGH


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I'm with you weams...... Not that I am flat out accusing anyone(not that I am above doing that either...hahhaha).....but I think people should not be overlooking the fact that the potential and probablility that PED usage is still going on. Don't let the flame die on questioning it's effects on some players' stats. Sorry, but it's true. We'll never know the full story on how many players used it from the early 90s to 2005 when the roof blew off. So I am sorry if I offend anyone by questioning it but baseball was forever marred by it and questions will always be there. They had better always be there. Until I am 100% convinced that MLB has a real testing system in place I will always wonder if someone's numbers are legit.

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I'm with you weams...... Not that I am flat out accusing anyone(not that I am above doing that either...hahhaha).....but I think people should not be overlooking the fact that the potential and probablility that PED usage is still going on. Don't let the flame die on questioning it's effects on some players' stats. Sorry, but it's true. We'll never know the full story on how many players used it from the early 90s to 2005 when the roof blew off. So I am sorry if I offend anyone by questioning it but baseball was forever marred by it and questions will always be there. They had better always be there. Until I am 100% convinced that MLB has a real testing system in place I will always wonder if someone's numbers are legit.

I am sure it is going on but offense is definitely down, so if its still being used, its not being used nearly at the level it was before.

The BJs were a flyball hitting team.

I am not sure how it ended up but at one point last year, Toronto was the only team in MLB to record more flyball outs than groundouts.

They basically taught the homerun to their hitters.

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I'm with you weams...... Not that I am flat out accusing anyone(not that I am above doing that either...hahhaha).....but I think people should not be overlooking the fact that the potential and probablility that PED usage is still going on. Don't let the flame die on questioning it's effects on some players' stats. Sorry, but it's true. We'll never know the full story on how many players used it from the early 90s to 2005 when the roof blew off. So I am sorry if I offend anyone by questioning it but baseball was forever marred by it and questions will always be there. They had better always be there. Until I am 100% convinced that MLB has a real testing system in place I will always wonder if someone's numbers are legit.

And until there is blood testing and preservation of samples. Sure, they taught them to homer. But there was definitely something else going on up in the great white north.

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Until I am 100% convinced that MLB has a real testing system in place I will always wonder if someone's numbers are legit.

They do not test for HGH.

To my knowledge, there is no urine test for HGH. And if there were, the union would oppose it.The fact that this power surge has taken place in a jurisdiction beyond the reach of the USADA and Jeff Novitzki is very interesting to me.

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I am sure it is going on but offense is definitely down, so if its still being used, its not being used nearly at the level it was before.

The BJs were a flyball hitting team.

I am not sure how it ended up but at one point last year, Toronto was the only team in MLB to record more flyball outs than groundouts.

They basically teached the homerun to their hitters.

Teached? What's that aboot?

Must be a Canadian thing :)

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I am sure it is going on but offense is definitely down, so if its still being used, its not being used nearly at the level it was before.

The BJs were a flyball hitting team.

I am not sure how it ended up but at one point last year, Toronto was the only team in MLB to record more flyball outs than groundouts.

They basically teached the homerun to their hitters.

All they have to do to bring the offense down is adjust the resiliancy of the ball. They can do that without even going outside the parameters of the normal specs. I'm pretty sure thy have done this.
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