PEDs - PERFORMANCE ENHANCERS - Giants Continue to Thrive , Getting Away with Drug-enhanced Players
second drug violation and 100 game suspension, baseball purists must
question how the Giants can get away or have the balls to keep taking
on known drug users or reputed ones. And they're winning, why of course, with players other teams respectfully turned away. Meanwhile the Giants continue to win and affect other teams' chances, eg Arizona Dbacks, with tainted players while baseball turns it's head (with rare exception, ieKirk Gibson).
infractions if a player is entertaining him . Witness Barry Bonds'
10 year steoriod career when the Giants and fans totally supported their
meal ticket while getting rid of players and management that didnb't subscribe to the idea, eg best natural team player Jeff Kent and team head Bill Neucomb.
SF Giants Continue Promoting, Thriving with Drugs in Baseball with Mota Activation
)(in a time before advanced t3sting was adoped), eg Santiago, Benitas, Bernard
in addidtion to Bonds. One must wonder how many others had gone undetected.
in 2002 after acquiring another convicted drug offender, Jose guillen. After he
came to the team, we saw a sudden spike of homeruns and hitting by the giants,
with newly acquired Cody Ross hitting 8 homers in a short span and several in the playoffs.
Then there were others with equally surprising numbers, like Jose Uribe ,Edgar Renteria and the
aforementioned convicted Mota. NOte the Dominican connection, and most of the
success happening after fellow Dominican Guillen joined the team in August.
Guillen alone had several game winning hits, enough by himself to make up the
one game margin the Giants needed to beat out San Diego to the playoffs in 2010.
outhitting the league since the Allstar break. Arias, who had never hit a homerun
in his previous 2,000 at bats over five seasons has already hit three in the
homer unfriendly San Francisco At&t Park. His 12 doubles are double the most he ever
hit in a single season prior.
San Franciso ballpark unfriendly to hitters. Pagan only once hit more than
better, in the smaller New York Met's ball park.
which is more than the three he hit all his previous three years and 250 at bats, combined,
again, playing in the large ballpark, unfriendly for hitting homers.
number of Latin players who mysteriously became power hitters with the giants in the
have two of the five convicted drug users in 2012 in Moto and Melky Cabrera
and may well have more who have gone undetected. And, so what if they lsoe a player
like Cabrera.. They got a lot of victories out of his tainted player - at a reduced
cost- that could well propel them into the playoffs again.
saying that the Giants, unlike other teams, are more concerned with a player's well-being
and that they should be given another chance, in this case a third. GM Brian Sabean
is even more obvious, saying that it's up to major league baseball ot police the players.
Now, if Mota performs well one can assume he's still on steroids. If he is off the
steroids now, what's the point of having him around. No doubt the Giants hope he's
still using steroids -- and long enough to help get them in the playoffs. Let him get '
now off steroids, based on his recent decline. The Giants may lose on this one unless
Pence decide to risk going back on the drug. In any case it's a win-win propositon
foir the giants. They can't lose. Get a guy cheap and hope he gets away with it
long enough to help propel the team...
affecting the pennant races, favoring the Giants by far yet only Arizona manager
Kirk Gibson has brought up the discrepancy... Bud Selig where are you again?