Opening day of baseball is one of my favorite times of the year. Its a sign of warmer weather to come as we change to a new season. I've been a baseball fan my entire life and enjoy everything about it...well, I guess I should say almost everything. It seems like ever since major league baseball enhanced their drug testing program, there's been a steroid scandal every year.
The baseball fan in me doesn't want to believe that all these players are breaking the rules, but unfortunately the evidence suggests otherwise. It could be fairly obvious at times to spot a player that may have been using steroids, because of the muscle mass and strength gain over a relatively short period of time. Other times its not so obvious, therefore its necessary for the MLB to have testing in place in order to find evidence of substances that should not be in a player's body. Without testing, you wouldn't be able to tell that the banned substance is there at all.
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