Results from David Ortiz’s New York press conference:
“I don’t know why … no one can tell me why I’m on the list. I consider myself one of those guys who were definitely a little bit careless back in the days when I was buying supplements — legal supplements — over the counter. But I never bought steroids or used steroids. I never thought buying supplements was going to hurt somebody’s feelings. If that happened, I’m sorry about it.This last week has been a major distraction. I want to apologize to my fans, my teammates, the owners, everybody for that situation.”
Both MLB and Player’s Union released statements that, in summary, said:
- The List ™ is different than the government list. 104 names? 100 names? 96 names? More? Less? Not all steroid users? Who knows?
- It’s still under court seal, and even it it wasn’t the Union will not give the names up.
- It’s very possible many positives on the list are from GNC products that were not banned yet.
- The Union had appealed some names from the Mitchell Report.
- No one can tell the players why they are on it.
- Scientific questions still make The List ™ uncertain.
In other words, my David Ortiz steroids article was correct- the names on The List ™ are disputed, in legal limbo, irrelevant anyway, and will never be revealed by MLB or the Player’s Union. If the MEDIA was responsible, they should target their resources on finding out WHO IS THE STEROIDS LIST LEAK.
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