Friday, October 26, 2012

SF GIANTS BIG NUMBERS QUESTIONED - SCUTARO, NOW SANDOVAL, PITCHING

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SCUTARO, SANDOVAL

UNWORLDLY NUMBERS

BROUGHT INTO QUESTION

Just as we question Marco Scutaro's half season at .360, higher than anyone in baseball we have Pablo Sandoval hitting three homers in one game off the best pitcher in baseball in a difficult ballpark to hit homers; then he's hit six homers already in the postseason - a one for evey 8 at bats clip, far exceeding Babe Ruth  or anybody else; Sandoval only hit 12  homeruns all season  and now six homers in only 50 at bats!
One strikeout in first 50 at bats in playoffs and a near .400 average, this after hitting .362 over the past two months since coming to the Giants from Colorado, where he was only batting .271.  Marco Scutaro today told Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News that luck was responsible for his sudden, otherworldly stats since joining the Giants. These include only 14 strikeouts in over 300 at bats since coming to the Giants, half  what he did in Colorado with same number of at bats and a near .400 batting average.  Luck can happen for a game or two, maybe even a series. But, in half a season, hitting in a tough ballpark   and at age (37 ) when most players are retired one has to wonder. Is this superman or did Melky Cabrera slip Scutaro a little something before Melky was booted off the team. We think the latter choice...Or maybe it was Mota, still with the Giants...who gave Scuatro some GIANT secret elixir that, apparently  Scutaro is on.  Not the first time this would have happenEd in Giant Town. I guess that's why they call them the GIANTS.












 MARCO SCUTARO - Most surprising increased numbers, this for a 37 year old player playing in the difficult San Francisco hitter's park
The San Francisco Giants have a long history of looking the other way and actually searching out such malcontents or players other  teams don't want for various illicit reasons... Besides Cabrera and Scutaro, both on their third team in three years, you have Pagan and Blanco  all hitting either more homers or for higher average than in the past   or same as at kansas city , which seems to have become a hotbed for Sabean trades,, what with Blanco, Cabrera and most recently pitcher Mijares coming from there.  Speaking of Mijares, he fits the same pattern as Cabrera and Blanco - a good season at Kansas City after mediocre years before and then , suddenly a trade - and for next to nothing. KC must have known something which the Giants probably knew too...
Anyway, the stats are there. As in past years, the Giants have acquired a bunch of journeymen with questionable records and reputations who did little the year before but suddenly sprout wings with the Giants...  Besides Mejias, there are also Casilla and Mota among pitchers, though Mota may have finally stayed off the juice (now on his third strike).  Don't be surprised to see the Giants bring back Melky, who would be eligibale for the Series- if they need him. Though they may feel they don't need him  the way the weak hitting Giants of June  are becoming World Beaters -just as they did late 2010 with sudden acquisitions Ross and Guillen,  before MLB booted Guillen off the team for finding him receiving streoids in the mail.
Balco founder and San Francisco  Bay Area resident and perhaps leading authority on Performance Enhancing Drugs,  , Victor Conte says one has to be 'dumb and dumber' to get caught using PEDs, so there are probably many besides Cabrera and Mota who just haven't been caught. Anyway, as an old school baseball fan, we don't enjoy seeingartificial baseball. The Giants are making teams look like pushovers just as they did in 2010, yet their players numbers are inferior. What's wrong with this picture. In a word, PEDs.. Yet nobody seems to care anymore, even with the Giants' reputation as the Kings of Steroids.  Too bad Detroit. You deserve better. The better team will probably go down again, just like St. Louis and Cincinatti did recently and just like Texas and Philly did in the 2010 post season.  Joe Dimaggio, where did you go? Bring back old school baseball or do something about the Jints!
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Entire 

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Involved...

GIANTS' LATIN XFACTOR

GETTING BULK OF HITS

As in past, Giants Latin Xfactor continues it's use of  PEDs . Somebody stop it!. Pagan, Blanco, Scutaro, Arias getting fake hits. Then there's the pitching... Casia, Mota,Majias \ (sp) Pretty soon they'll bring Melky back if the Gaints make it to Series...... Read more below and at http://www.BayAreaCoupons.info/blog
Maybe Bum Gardener needs to use some of the same stuff as the Latin Connection Pagain, Scutaro, Arias and Blanco As in past, Giants Latin Xfactor continues PED drive, getting the bulk of the hits over Posey, Belt and even Sandoval... But not enough to win last night. St., Louis might wake up to this but not much they can do. . Somebody like Selig should stop it!.. I guess victor Conte isn't totally wrong. Even if only 25% of players are using it and San Francisco is Home Base, where Conte lives and gets oside dope from Giants players themselves... http://www.BayAreaCouposn.info/blog http://www.RoadToSuccess.us/blog
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DETROIT TIGERS : DON'T


LET SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS


NOT-SO-SECRET


GET OVER ON YOU, TOO

Whenever the San Franciso Giants get in trouble they go to their bag of tricks, or shall we say, favorite players nobody would expect or SUSPECT.  Arias? Scutaro? Blanco? How do such no-name or over-the-hill players suddenly become GIANTS, if you will,  in September and October, year after year? They just beat a better teams,  St. Louis Cardinals and  Cincinatti Reds and they'll do it to you, too,Detroit, even with your big guns - and there may not be anything you can do about it until MLB and/or your team management, MLB and / or fans wake up and see what's going on and SAY SOMETHING. The Giants did it in 2010 To Texas, Philadelphia and Arizona and nearly in 2011 albeit a couple big late season injuries, nearly got away with it in 2002 during the Bonds reign - under dusty baker, no less - barely losing to the Angels in the World Series. in 2010 it was sudden heroics by unlikely figures like Renteria, Uribe, Ross, Mota ,m Wilson(?) and Guillen (before he was kicked off the team by MLB) but by then the damage was done. Guillen had 'infected' so many players, even though his own three late season game-winning hits were enough to propel the giants past San diego to the Western Division title. There were probably others, too, though only Guillen and Mota had been caught by MLB - and as Victor Conte says (and you can't go against him on this): you have to be dumb or dumber to get caught now with the new designer PED of choice, testosterone)

Last year, Beltran's secret sauce didn't quite develop and other last minute injuries and problems kept the Giants out of it , but this year Sabean and Co. were right back at it, acquiring late season 'Latin Connection' Scutaro who went crazy on the juice, hitting .350 for the Giants in his two months with the team at age 37, after never hitting over .299 in a long career in easier ballparks to hit.   Then this year, there were the aforementioned 'Latin connection' of Arias and blanco, who also had their best seasons with career best homer outputs, along with Pagan. Of course the Melkman, Melky Cabrera, dumb or dumber, as he might have been to get caught, got it all going with a league-leading average while injecting new life, as it were, into the new crop of players, turning them from no names to sudden stars. Hard to find a player in the starting lineup hitting under .270, except Hunter Pence, who just got here. Give him time to pick up on the secret sauce. Of course, the local fans love it. could care less how the sudden stars happened in the country's most liberal city where 'anything goes.' Same for mangement, Sabean, Baer and Bochy, who are most responsible for their decade-long 'look the other way' approach - and of source Selig, the commish, for adding to the mockery. And here's the science behind it all: 

   PED PLAYERS FUEL GIANTS' STRONG COMEBACK IN PLAYOFFS ONCE AGAIN Ever notice that two-thirds of the  San Franciso Giants'  starting lineup is comprised of Latin players: Scutaro, Pagan, Sandoval, Blanco,Arias (when he plays) and Sanchez (when Posey plays first base) and Cabrera (before hewas banned for using an illegal substance) . As for pitching, there's Mijares, Casilla, Mota and Romo. These players have mostly shown a surprising increase in production and numbers after joining the Giants as compared to their previous team(s). In Saturday's playoff game against Cincinatti, the only non-Latin player to get a hit was Pence in the 8-3 drubbing of Cincinatti by the Giants. Playoff tickets, New York Yankess playoff tickets, San Francisco Giants Playoff Tickets We only bring this up because the same thing happened in the World Series year of 2010with names like Torres, Uribe, Renteria, Guillen, Ramirez, Romo and Mota, again. We find it more than coincidental that these players would suddenly sport significantly improved numbers once joining the Giants. Perhaps not so surprising when you note what  we call the 'cockroach infestation' theory,  where PED (performance enhancing drugs) players, already on the team, are attractve to these new, fellow Latin players - willing  and wanting to boost their own performances like the players to which they look up. The stats for the new Giants speak for themselves, comparing previous years to the current season:  









1) MARCO SCUTARO  - Most surprising increased numbers, this for a 37 year old player     playing in the difficult San Francisco  hitter's park


2)  JUAQUIN ARIAS  hit 5 homers for Giants this year after never hitting one before.






3) ANGEL PAGAN power numbers up since coming to SF with Melky Cabrera
4) GREGOR BLANCO who was red hot, ala Torres in 2012 for first half of season,  hit more homers this year than in all previous seasons combined








5) SANTIAGO  CASILLA  suddenly halved his ERA after coming to Giants in 'magic' year, 2010.






6) JOSE MIMARES , teammate with Cabrera in 2011 in Kansas City and this year , saw instant success like he had at Kansas City . Funny that the Giants would go after another Latin player off Cabrera's KC team? ...and there are other possibles...    Add to this that GM Brian Sabean- never real great at making good trades for 'normal' players - found a new 'secret' source for trades. Ever since the Bonds era Sabean has been able to 'get away' with bringing in known tainted players like Cabreara and Mota. Even if such players ARE caught, Sabean and the Giants still get the benefit of a partial season of success, probably 5-10 game winning hits in the case of Cabrera. Guillen's short stay with the Giants in 2010 when he had three game winning hits was more than enough to push the Giants past the Padres by one game to win the Western Division. As for risk, there is none (yet) to Sabean and the Giants and, as PED guru, Victor Conte says, one has to be 'dumb or dumber' to get caught, what with all the new anti-detection techniques, most notably with testosterone, the current PED of choice among players. That Conte has come out recently stating that 'up to 50% ' of baseball players are using PEDs, according to many baseball players he would not name could be pretty damning. That Conte is  San Franciso local one could  speculate that at least some of his sources came from the local ball team, none other than the San Francisco Giants. Enough evidence yet?
Perhaps baseball really doesn't care nor do other teams (other than Kirk Gibson and
his  Arizona Diamondbacks, who have questioned the Giants' seemingly unfair advantage.
Sure, other teams could probably get away with it - and some probably do - but not to the
extent of the Giants, Kings of the PEDs for over a decade now. But most other teams
probably rather not deal with the fallout and possible reaction that the Giants have
received to some extent, thought not what it should be. How can one watch and appreicate
a team like the Giants when knowing peformance -enhanced players have affected outcomes
of a number of games in the Giants favor.  Perhaps in liberal San Francisco the Fans
Don't care. Even manager Bochy stated that a player like Mota deserves a 'second chance.'
How's about a third? ( He has been convicted twice of PEDs yet the Giants took him back
again. (The ironic thing is that a player like that would probalby need to continue on the PED
of choice to maintain his performance. Perhaps Mota, afraid of 'strike three' has gone off
the drugs since his performance since rejoining the team has been far from spectacular.

PEDS GAVE SF GIANTS 2010

WORLD SERIES, Decade of

Winning Baseball

Not only did Performance Enhancing Drugs get the San Francisco Giants to the World Series put probably won it for them.

Just like today, the Giants were the Major League Leaders in steroids and
other PEDs. Just like the city of San Francisco itself, the Giants have taken a liberal attitude to players and drugs.. While the fans smoke marijuana in the stands some players use their drug of choice, from steroids or testosterone.

For more than a decade the San Francisco Giants have been winning games they probably wouldn't have won with  players on PEDs. And yet, neither Major League Baseball has done anything about it, nor have other teams complained, with the exception of the Arizona Diamondbacks and manager Kirk Gibson.
Barry Bonds nearly got away with more than a decade on  steroids, until a couple local reporters finally broke the story.  A career .290 hitter in Pittsburg who only once hit more than 40 homers in a season, suddenly was hitting over .300  with over 50 homers year after year - and doing it late in his career in a tough hitters ballpark. He single handedly propelled the Giants to the 2002 World Series before barely losing. Yet, Bonds remains a hero in San Francisco and continued to play baseball to age 42. The Giants even have considered bringing him back in some capacity.

Then  Bonds had his PED followers, after promising to 'share his hitting
secrets with fellow players,' a statement that was overlooked my most everyone back in the early 2000s when PEDs were not talked about but when it was obvious just by looking at him that Bonds' entire physique had changed between the 1999 and 2000 seasons.

Then there were Bernard and Santiago actually charged with using steroids by the Mitchell Report. There were certainly  others , too, who never got caught.

Through the decade, while and after Bonds played, there were undoubtedly many others on the juice, culminating in the 2010 World Series - and this time the Giants won it all,and without Bonds or a real superstar hitter, unless you want to give that credit to steroids.
The acquisiton of Jose Guillen in August was enough, by itself, to give the Giants the one game margin over the Padres to win the West. You see, Guillen, later convicted and banished from the team for the playoffs - not by the Giants but by major league baseball -
had three game winning hits during his short spell with the team.
But, more than that, there were others like Guillermo Moto - still with the team today-convicted of steroid use prior to coming to the Giants and other players, whose careersall seemingly took off in 2010, and especially in August and September after Guillenjoined the team. Put the dots together.

Newly acquired Cody Ross, not known as a big homerun hitter, hit 14 of them during the month including  five  in the playoffs and world series.   (CODY ROSS stats below)







   Like Huff, Ross dramatically dropped off after the World Series year and it probably wasn't from being out of shape, of which Huff has often been accused.  At later stages in careers it probably comes down to drugs or no drugs...  There was the Dominican Connection of, in addition to Guillen, Jose Uribe, Edgar Renteria, several pitchers including Mota. One has to also look at people like Huff and Burl. Huff added nearly 50 points to his average in 2010 with comparable homers playing in a much tougherballpark in San Frnacisco. People have questioned why his career suddenly dropped offso dramatically in 2011 and 2012. How's about the new , more stringent drug testing,
or maybe Huff finally woke up and decided he didn't want to do that to his body.
I've often wondered why the Giants would wnat to bring players back - like Bonds,Mota and possibly Cabrera - because they're not going to be the same players if they'renot taking the drugs. And , if they do continue to play over their heads one must assumeit will be because of PEDs. It's as if the Giants could care less, which they obviously do...
Let the League pplice the players, figures GM Brian Sabean. The Giants will get the lowerprice guys other teams don't want for obvious reasoms, figuring even if they get caughtthe Giants will come out ahead, getting several months of value out of a player like
Cabrera for nominal cost.
And so it goes... Whether you believe someone like Victor Conte, that 50% of playersare still using PEDs, there are no doubt a number whot are are able to stay aheadof the drug tests, using testosterone and newer 'designer' drugs. Meanwhile, insteadof cooperating with the league, The SF Giants continue to take advantage of the
situation more than a decade later....

NOT THE ROAD TO SUCCESS!   SAN FRANCISO 

GIANTS and PEDs in Baseball

Baseball teams must help police themselves - and most do.  One team, the San Francisco Giants, has been largely responsible for the problem of PEDs in baseball with it's 'Win At All Costs' attitude, taking on PED players cheap that other teams respectfully turn down. Yet, the Giants continue to get away with bringing in tainted players - AND THRIVE! All the way to the World Series. Read below! (http://www.RoadToSuccsss.us) Banned Substances in Sports, Creatine Side Effects
PEFORMANCE ENHANCING SUPPLEMENTS - Giants Continue to Thrive , Get Away with Drug-enhanced Players

Giants Welcoming back Two Time Offender Mota Must Make Purists Wonder about Giants, Baseball Today
In light of the SF Giants reactivating Guillermo 'I did not read the label on the cough medicine' Mota following his second drug violation and 100 game suspension, baseball purists must question how the Giants can get away or have the balls to keep taking on known drug users or reputed ones. And they're winning, why of course, with players other teams respectfully turned away. Meanwhile the Giants continue to win and affect other teams' chances, eg Arizona Dbacks, with tainted players while baseball turns it's head (with rare exception, ieKirk Gibson).

It's true that the average modern baseball fan is not as concerned with such infractions if a player is entertaining him . Witness Barry Bonds' 10 year steoriod career when the Giants and fans totally supported their meal ticket while getting rid of players and management that didnb't subscribe to the idea, eg best natural team player Jeff Kent and team head Bill Neucomb.

PEFORMANCE ENHANCING SUPPLEMENTS - 

Giants Continue to Thrive , Get Away with Drug-

enhanced Players - Banned Substances in Sports, 

Creatine Side Effects

Giants management claims ignorance when acquiring these tainted players, believing that MLB should do the screening. If other teams let such players as Cabrera get away for a player like Jonahtan Sanchez one has to know something is going on; then, looking at the numbers and finding Cabrera's sudden resurgence really says something. So much for due dilligence on the part of GM Sabean. Meanwhile the Jints are winning with these players other teams had the respect to turn away. Is it fair to other teams? No. Does it make the Giants and baseball a laughing stock to old school baseball players and fans? Yes.
From 2000 the team has been rampant with convicted and suspected steroid users (in a time before advanced testing was adopted), eg Santiago, Benitas, Bernard in addidtion to Bonds. One must wonder how many others had gone undetected.

The Giants rode their major League leading Drug reputation into the world series in 2002 after acquiring another convicted drug offender, Jose Guillen. After he came to the team, we saw a sudden spike of homeruns and hitting by the giants, with newly acquired Cody Ross hitting 8 homers in a short span and several in the playoffs.

Then there were others with equally surprising numbers, like Jose uribe , Renteria and the aforementioned convicted Mota. Note the Latin connection, and most of the success happening after fellow Dominican Guillen joined the team in August.
Guillen alone had several game winning hits, enough by himself to make up the one game margin the Giants needed to beat out San Diego IN the playoffs in 2010.
This year the trend contines with Mota and another Dominican, Joaquin Arias outhitting the league since the Allstar break. Arias, who had never hit a homerun in his prevous 2,000 at bats over five seasons has already hit three in the homer unfriendly San Francisco At&t Park. His 12 doubles are double the most he ever hit in a single season prior.

At an age when most players start slowing down, Angel Pagan is having a career power year with 8 homers and 29 doubles thru 8/31, again, in theSan Franciso ballpark unfriendly to hitters. Pagan only once hit more homes in a year, in the smaller New York Met's ball park.
Yet a third player, Gregor Blanco, has hit 5 homers this year in 111 games for the giants which is more than the three he hit his previous three years and 250 at bats in the big leaques, combined, again, playing in the large ballpark, unfriendly for hitting homers.
It's all very reminiscent of the 2010 team that featured the aforementioned number of Latin players who mysteriously became power hitters with the giants in the large ballpark.'

The Giants are basically thumbing their nose at major league baseball with their 'win-at-any-cost' attitude; they already have two of the five convicted drug users in 2012 in Moto and Melky Cabrera and may well have more who have gone undetected. And, so what if they lose a player like Cabrera.. They got a lot of victories out of his tainted player - at a reducedcost- that could well propel them into the playoffs again.
Sabean as long overlooked the team's drug use, but now even usually cerebral manager Bruce Bochy dismissed any problem with bringing back Mota, saying that the Giants, unlike other teams, are more concerned with a player's well-being and that they should be given another chance, in this case a third.
GM Brian Sabean is even more obvious, saying that it's up to major league baseball ot police the players.
Now, if Mota performs well one can assume he's still on 'cough medicine.' If he is off the performance enhancing drugs now, what's the point of having him around. No doubt the Giants hope he's still using PEDs -- at keast long enough to help get them in the playoffs. Let him get ' detected later.

And another recent acquisition, Hunter Pence , has been rumoured to be on and perhaps now off PEDs, based on his recent decline. The Giants may lose on this one unless Pence decides to risk going back on the drug. In any case it's a win-win propositon for the giants. They can't lose. Get a guy cheap and hope he gets away with it long enough to help propel the team...

So there you you go... The San Franicso Giant's Win-At-Any-Cost attitude. It'a affecting the pennant races, favoring the Giants by far yet only Arizona manager Kirk Gibson has brought up the discrepancy... Bud Selig where are you again? Where Have You Gone Joe DiMaggio? Baseball has become more like westling or roller derby today - an exhibition rather than a true measure of players' talents. Sadly , the ones who are playing it honest, which is still the majority are playing an an unfair field,being affected adversely by the cheaters.

PEFORMANCE ENHANCING SUPPLEMENTS - GIANTS CONTINUE TO THRIVE , GET AWAY WITH DRUG-ENHANCED PLAYERS
Baseball teams must help police themselves - and most do, One team, the San Francisco Giants, have been largely responsible for the problem of PEDs in baseball with it's 'Win At All Costs' attitude, taking on PED players cheap that other teams respectfully turn down. Yet, the Giants continue to get away with bringing in tainted players - AND THRIVE! All the way to the World Series. Read below! (http://www.RoadToSuccsss.us)

PEFORMANCE ENHANCING SUPPLEMENTS - Giants Continue to Thrive , Get Away with Drug-enhanced Players
Giants Welcoming back Two Time Offender Mota Must Make Purists Wonder about Giants, Baseball Today
In light of the SF Giants reactivating Guillermo 'I did not read the label on the cough medicine' Mota following his second drug violation and 100 game suspension, baseball purists must question how the Giants can get away or have the balls to keep taking on known drug users or reputed ones. And they're winning, why of course, with players other teams respectfully turned away. Meanwhile the Giants continue to win and affect other teams' chances, eg Arizona Dbacks, with tainted players while baseball turns it's head (with rare exception, ieKirk Gibson).
It's true that the average modern baseball fan is not as concerned with such infractions if a player is entertaining him . Witness Barry Bonds' 10 year steoriod career when the Giants and fans totally supported their meal ticket while getting rid of players and management that didnb't subscribe to the idea, eg best natural team player Jeff Kent and team head Bill Neucomb.

PEFORMANCE ENHANCING SUPPLEMENTS - Giants Continue to Thrive , Get Away with Drug-enhanced Players
Giants management claims ignorance when acquiring these tainted players, believing that MLB should do the screening. If other teams let such players as Cabrera get away for a player like Jonahtan Sanchez one has to know something is going on; then, looking at the numbers and finding Cabrera's sudden resurgence really says something. So much for due dilligence on the part of GM Sabean. Meanwhile the Jints are winning with these players other teams had the respect to turn away. Is it fair to other teams? No. Does it make the Giants and baseball a laughing stock to old school baseball players and fans? Yes.
From 2000 the team has been rampant with convicted and suspected steroid users (in a time before advanced testing was adopted), eg Santiago, Benitas, Bernard in addidtion to Bonds. One must wonder how many others had gone undetected.

The Giants rode their major League leading Drug reputation into the world series in 2002 after acquiring another convicted drug offender, Jose Guillen. After he came to the team, we saw a sudden spike of homeruns and hitting by the giants, with newly acquired Cody Ross hitting 8 homers in a short span and several in the playoffs.

Then there were others with equally surprising numbers, like Jose uribe , Renteria and the aforementioned convicted Mota. Note the Latin connection, and most of the success happening after fellow Dominican Guillen joined the team in August.
Guillen alone had several game winning hits, enough by himself to make up the one game margin the Giants needed to beat out San Diego IN the playoffs in 2010.

This year the trend contines with Mota and another Dominican, Joaquin Arias outhitting the league since the Allstar break. Arias, who had never hit a homerun in his prevous 2,000 at bats over five seasons has already hit three in the homer unfriendly San Francisco At&t Park. His 12 doubles are double the most he ever hit in a single season prior.

At an age when most players start slowing down, Angel Pagan is having a career power year with 8 homers and 29 doubles thru 8/31, again, in theSan Franciso ballpark unfriendly to hitters. Pagan only once hit more homes in a year, in the smaller New York Met's ball park.
Yet a third player, Gregor Blanco, has hit 5 homers this year in 111 games for the giants which is more than the three he hit his previous three years and 250 at bats in the big leaques, combined, again, playing in the large ballpark, unfriendly for hitting homers.

It's all very reminiscent of the 2010 team that featured the aforementioned number of Latin players who mysteriously became power hitters with the giants in the large ballpark.'
The Giants are basically thumbing their nose at major league baseball with their 'win-at-any-cost' attitude; they already have two of the five convicted drug users in 2012 in Moto and Melky Cabrera and may well have more who have gone undetected. And, so what if they lose a player like Cabrera.. They got a lot of victories out of his tainted player - at a reducedcost- that could well propel them into the playoffs again.
Sabean as long overlooked the team's drug use, but now even usually cerebral manager Bruce Bochy dismissed any problem with bringing back Mota, saying that the Giants, unlike other teams, are more concerned with a player's well-being and that they should be given another chance, in this case a third.
GM Brian Sabean is even more obvious, saying that it's up to major league baseball ot police the players.
Now, if Mota performs well one can assume he's still on 'cough medicine.' If he is off the performance enhancing drugs now, what's the point of having him around. No doubt the Giants hope he's still using PEDs -- at keast long enough to help get them in the playoffs. Let him get ' detected later.

And another recent acquisition, Hunter Pence , has been rumoured to be on and perhaps now off PEDs, based on his recent decline. The Giants may lose on this one unless Pence decides to risk going back on the drug. In any case it's a win-win propositon for the giants. They can't lose. Get a guy cheap and hope he gets away with it long enough to help propel the team...

So there you you go... The San Franicso Giant's Win-At-Any-Cost attitude. It'a affecting the pennant races, favoring the Giants by far yet only Arizona manager Kirk Gibson has brought up the discrepancy... Bud Selig where are you again? Where Have You Gone Joe DiMaggio? Baseball has become more like westling or roller derby today - an exhibition rather than a true measure of players' talents. Sadly , the ones who are playing it honest, which is still the majority are playing an an unfair field,being affected adversely by the cheaters.

PEFORMANCE ENHANCING SUPPLEMENTS - GIANTS CONTINUE TO THRIVE , GET AWAY WITH DRUG-ENHANCED PLAYERS


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