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Re: Feds may use drug testing data from 2003


The names would still have to be leaked. Upon finding Bonds is not among the ones who tested positive, the names could still be hidden by the government. The operative word in the anouncement is 'may' be used. Putting the whole steroid thing in perspective is not a government priority as it may very well point out the users on Div and WS winners.

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I suggest we take Him to the highest rampart in Right Field, and toss Him into Teh Cove. If He sinks, He's on teh juice. If He floats, we build a bridge out of Him and charge the fans five bucks a head to walk across.

In this way, we can afford Ichiro next year.

Just kidding, Lord---don't strike me dead.

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I seriously doubt that Bonds was one of the players caught

ESPN quoted a source close to Bonds commented on the 2003 by saying that "Bonds has nothing to worry about" (take with a grain of salt of course)

BUT I think the big deal, is like the Jason Grimsley document, the focus of "Bonds is Steroid problem" will continue to soften and Bonds will look better for teh context.....

The sooner we air the names and spread the blame, the sooner we can come to terms with the steroid era, and move forward....

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