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  • When The Average Shortstop Goes Back......

    .....to looking like Ozzie Smith and Freddie Patek, then we can talk about BALCO and steroids in track and field.

    The amount of bad ink given to t&f, as opposed to others, is just flat out unfair! Peace.

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    Re: When The Average Shortstop Goes Back......

    This has been debated extensively on this board. My feeling is that there is no way to change it. Track is sufficiently unpopular in the US that newspapers only cover it when a juicy scandal unfolds.

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      Re: When The Average Shortstop Goes Back......

      >This has been debated extensively on this board. My feeling is that there is
      >no way to change it. Track is sufficiently unpopular in the US that newspapers
      >only cover it when a juicy scandal unfolds.

      Unfortunately, this probably true. There probably has been as many column inches devoted to Bond's THG connection as Jones' and other athletes. But compared to the total column inches for baseball, Bond's story is a pittance, while Jones' story may be a majority for track.

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