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Sick of the steroid fuss? Fenway fans are polled

Marlo Kirby has had enough, saying,  “I’m a fan. What some of these players are doing just isn’t fair. They are cheaters.”
Marlo Kirby has had enough, saying, “I’m a fan. What some of these players are doing just isn’t fair. They are cheaters.”Stan Grossfeld/Globe staff

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Performance-enhancing drugs are back in the news, with the Biogenesis scandal allegedly involving 20 major leaguers and Major League Baseball reportedly intending to issue suspensions. Alex Rodriguez is named again, as is former MVP Ryan Braun.

ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” first reported the possible punitive action, which it says could be the largest group suspension in sports history.

But are fans sick and tired of Major League Baseball going after steroid users?

That question was asked of more than 100 randomly chosen fans at Fenway Park last weekend. The answer was a resounding no.

Of those polled, 76 percent said they want MLB to clean up the game, and 24 percent said they want MLB to move on.

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