I’m still suffering from ‘roid rage. I am so infuriated by baseball’s orchestrated Mark McGwire earlier this week and the fact that people fell for this coordinated PR concoction that I am beside myself.
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It’s time for Tony LaRussa to admit publicly, or to himself, his role in The Steroid Era.
In fact, from 1921 through 1925, Hornsby’s batting average was .402. He batted .383…for the 1920s. Baseball writer Arthur Daley expressed the general consensus that pitchers feared Hornsby even more than they feared Ty Cobb because Hornsby had more power. “Cobb bunted and placed his hits with artistic delicacy. Hornsby blasted.”