Tuesday, September 15, 2009
"I don't like it, but we need to promote our league in any way," said a spokesman for the commissioner's office. "But steroids got us into a huge mess, and people never seem to let it go. I mean, they keep brining up 2003 for crying out loud. With the NFL and even college football taking over, we had to do something."
The players feel the same way.
"It's not good that we have to do this to get noticed, but if we have to, we have to," said a players union rep. "Attention is good, and it will bring fans to the games, and viewers to the TV. Plus, we can always defend it by saying we were taking B-12 shots, we didn't really know what it was, or that our cousin from the Dominican Republic recommended it."