Re: Former Reds trainer watches steroids debate with great interest
Originally Posted by savafan
That player in 1989 would have been a Red...I'm trying to remember back to my 12 year old self and think of who it might have been. Dibble's the first name that comes to mind, but that's mainly because he threw that ball in the stands and hit the woman in the chest.
Dibble has continuously talked like he has never touched the stuff. I can't listen to him much, but he acts like he's innocent.
I just read that other thread and the consensus back then was that it was Kal Daniels. Not a suprise, but I sure didn't think of such things when I was 8 years old. (1988). As long as it wasn't Davis, I'm good. I would have to rethink my childhood if it was.
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Last edited by Jpup; 11-27-2007 at 05:42 AM.