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    The infamous 103 release names yes/no you vote

    Please reply with a yes or no, should the 103 names be released to give the fans some reassurance that the game is honest.
     
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    Yes
     
  3. You have chosen to ignore posts from ZILLAGOD. Show ZILLAGOD's posts

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    They can release 1,000,003 names , it won't reassure me that the game or anything in this life is honest.

    So, I guess my answer is "no".

     
  4. You have chosen to ignore posts from MikeD10299. Show MikeD10299's posts

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    yessss.
     
  5. You have chosen to ignore posts from BuzzCal. Show BuzzCal's posts

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    YES!

    BuzzCal
    "The Ultimate Sports Calendar"
     
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    No.
     
  7. You have chosen to ignore posts from OnDeckCircle. Show OnDeckCircle's posts

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    Yes. Any player with nothing to worry about shouldn't care or even comment.

    Still haven't heard a peep out of the useless Commissioner.
     
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    Yes, if there are more Yankees on the list so some imbecile Sox fans can hate their way to happiness by reveling in the misfortune of others. No if there are Sox players on it because then some Sox fans would have to fake their indignation and certainly couldn't summon up a proper amount of hate commensurate with that afforded A-Rod.
     
  9. You have chosen to ignore posts from OnDeckCircle. Show OnDeckCircle's posts

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    A possible solution to the ‘roids scandals is to offer amnesty to the 104 players that tested positive back in 2003.For those that still remain in the game, they must submit to a test randomly sometime during every series played during the entire season. All other players must submit to a random test weekly for the duration of their careers during the regular season, postseason and the offseason. The 2nd positive test means lifetime ban, no exclusions. That should tighten things up.
     
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    NO

    it will just confuse people into thinking

    they were the only ones at that time


    plus that little fact


    that these guys were promised

    the names wouldn't come out
     
  11. You have chosen to ignore posts from DirtyWaterLover. Show DirtyWaterLover's posts

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    NO. The list is not comprehensive. Just because a player's name is not on the list does not mean he didn't take steroids. It might just mean that he wasn't part of the sample. Also, there is no way to determine if a player was on HGH.

    Either publish a comprehensive list with every player that took steroids or forget about it.

    People need to get over the steroid thing. A lot of the players took them. We'll never for sure who did and who did not take them. It's unfair to single out one player when there are probably thousands of other players that did it too.
     
  12. You have chosen to ignore posts from markfmnj. Show markfmnj's posts

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    two minds, the NYY fans says yes, to show the rest of the nation that they have their players as well, and then maybe everybody will want something done.
    but the BB fan knows that if it is released, then there will NEVER be another deal between MLB and the Union on this
     
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    YES
     
  14. You have chosen to ignore posts from keepmanny7. Show keepmanny7's posts

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    if arod's name was released, it seems pretty shady not to release the other names as well.
     
  15. You have chosen to ignore posts from JimfromFlorida. Show JimfromFlorida's posts

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    Can't release them unless they agree because of the confidentiality contract.
    ARod's problem is finding who outed him.
    However MLB needs anyone who did take HGH, steroids, etc... to man up otherwise every one looks bad.
    If they do they also don't get fined or suspended.

    If just a couple of guys came forward it just might cause all the others to come forward.
     
  16. You have chosen to ignore posts from abe711. Show abe711's posts

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    NO none of them should have been released anyway
     
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    [Quote]Can't release them unless they agree because of the confidentiality contract.
    ARod's problem is finding who outed him.
    However MLB needs anyone who did take HGH, steroids, etc... to man up otherwise every one looks bad.
    If they do they also don't get fined or suspended.

    If just a couple of guys came forward it just might cause all the others to come forward.
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    I totally agree, Jim. If guys come forward, admit they fell into what, at the time, may have been a common practice, and apologize, we can all move on. Pettite did this, and I don't even hear anything come up about his using. Some brave sols, please get it started. Own up, play ball!
     
  20. You have chosen to ignore posts from javaukti. Show javaukti's posts

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    It doesn't take much to know what a lot of those names are. Start with those we already know:
    Clemens, McGuire, Sosa, Bonds, Giambi, Tejada, Palmeiro
    then add names implicated in the Mitchell Report (see: http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/news/story?id=3153646
    for steroids, not HGH, (not Gagne, Paul Byrd, or Pettit) who were plaing in 2003
    Bobby Estalella
    Benito Santiago
    Gary Sheffield
    Brian Roberts
    Jack Cust
    Jason Grimsley
    Greg Zaun
    Ryan Franklin
    Paul Lo Duca
    ToddPratt
    Fernando Vina
    Kevin Brown
    Brendan Donnelly
    Paxton Crawford
    Rick Ankiel
    Troy Glaus
    JOse Guillen
    Scott Scoenweiss
    Steve Woodward

    That's about 25. Can you think of others probably on that list?

    Minor leaagers were also tested.
    PLus, you can assume some of those were "false positives" and were negative when tested again (if they were_

     
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    YES !

    At the prices we pay for tickets, etc., we have a right to know the names of cheaters.
     
  22. You have chosen to ignore posts from javaukti. Show javaukti's posts

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    also I-Rod, Ivan Rodriguez is on that list, I bet
     
  23. You have chosen to ignore posts from fenwayjack2. Show fenwayjack2's posts

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    YESSSSSS. Let the chips fall where they may. It will remove the stigma from players who are not using. And if Jeter or Posada are on the list, I'll crack a rib laughing.
     
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    Yes! As much as I dislike A-Rod. There is no way he she be left out on an Island alone. The fact that there was a names remain Anonymous Drug test in professional sports period is ridiculous.

     
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