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Henry, Kevin
March 2009
Proofs;Mar2009, Vol. 92 Issue 2, p4
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the effect of doping in baseball in the U.S. on his view on the sport. He relates his experience of being a fan of the Chicago Cubs team since 1983. He reveals that his respect for the game might be gone due to the discovery of the use of steroids by baseball player Alex Rodriguez. He expresses his disappointment over the fact that many of the players he used to idolize may have been cheaters.


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