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Bill James Gets it Wrong on the Issue of Cooperstown and the 'Roids, Part 2

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  1. “if MLB states that the use of these substances is prohibited, any player who uses them is breaking the rules.”
    MLB did not institute a rule probhiting steroids until very recently (something like 2004 or 2005). Thus James is correct when discussing the 1990s. At best, I believe there was a rule instituted by the Players Association that required players to pledge that they would not use steroids in the 1990s.

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