I'm sorry that I used the word "losers" in this thread. Apparently that's a harmful enough "insult" to warrant deleting my post, even though I didn't even direct it towards anyone specifically.
It will never happen again. I'm so ashamed. And I sincerely apologize. I hope you all can forgive me.
Oh yes, and apology accepted. Good to know you're learning from your mistakes.
2013 Tim Lincecum
48.2IP | 4.07 ERA | 3.61 FIP | 3.23 xFIP | 52K | 23BB | 1.38 WHIP
And yet, MLB releases another irreverent face to the public, giving the illusion that they're cleaning up the game. Well played MLB........ the sheep will believe.
Love how misinformed this thread is, adderall is a pill to help ADD and ADHD patients focus, and these days the use of it is pretty common for regular people as well. It's not steroids or PED's that were dealing with here people so stop acting like this effected his physical talents. I wouldn't even consider him a "cheater", although it did give him a mental advantage which is why I agree with the suspension. The less severe 25 games compared to the normal 50 games is appropriate.
DANNY B #48
LETS GO FLYERS
From what I have seen personally if you dont have ADD or ADHD it can really act like speed for the taker.. Its a shame about Chooch I really like the player never would have thought he would fail a test... Life moves on though...
I personally don't care, but you can't split hairs. Trying to gain an advantage is cheating if you are against one ou can't let it slide. I still don't get why guys dot just get it prescribed like Andres Torres.
1) Ave .273/ HR 9/ RBI 60/ OBP .330/ SLG .394/ OPS .724
2) He got caught using, and admited to using.
Maybe we're looking at two different ideas of average and good. But to me, these numbers seem average at best