Re: A Conversation About PEDs in Today's Game
Originally Posted by WAKEUP
In addition, Pete Rose hit only 4 homers his first year and then 6 his 2nd year, while hitting .273 and .269 respectively. Then he 'all of the sudden' hit .312, .313, .301, .335 and .348 with home run totals of 11, 16, 12, 10, 16.
That's quite a jump.
Must have been steroids.
Players get better all the time, but they almost always do it around ages 22-25. Yadi made his power jump at age 28-29. There are very few players in MLB history who have done that without PED help.
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