MLB shouldn't honor drug-using players
01/11/2014 12:01 PM
01/10/2014 3:35 PM
Re “End the PED madness: Base Hall vote on facts” (Sports, Marcos Breton, Jan. 7): Marcos Breton has informed us in the past and again this week that a Major League Baseball player should not be excluded from the Baseball of Fame if his performance warrants admission. It doesn’t matter if the player has been linked with the use of performance enhancing drugs, Breton says. I say if you cheat, you don't win, and their cheating arises from using PEDs to enhance their performance.
-- Walter Graviet, Sacramento
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