Originally Posted by M2
The occasional test? How about a whole career of tests. And if Braun was able to beat tests his whole career then why would he fail the one in 2011?
And if Braun has been able to beat the testing with no problem for six years (with that one exception), then what's the point of testing?
Braun's a massive inconvenience for all you PED whisperers out there. My position isn't that he did or didn't do it. I don't care. He fought the law, he won. And he played the entire 2012 season supposedly clean and his performance didn't change. So if it's real important to you that Braun was guilty I'd caution you that it's a lot more convenient for you that he was a rare false positive. Otherwise your choices are Braun was guilty and it didn't matter, or that he's a master criminal.
A career of baseball testing at this point is an occasional test. Do you think they are sticking needles in these guys arms after every game and doing extensive blood work? It has been proven that it isn't that hard to beat the tests. Feel free to keep sticking your head in the sand and believing whatever it is exactly that you are arguing.