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Bronson Arroyo… Kid in a Candy Store!

August 13, 2009 by SRG  
Filed under Baseball, MLB, SRG's Blog

Kid in a Candy Store

Kid in a Candy Store

Bronson Arroyo is either one of the bravest or craziest men in baseball. To be honest, I haven’t really decided yet which way I lean.

For starters, I love his devil may care attitude. He’s going to do what he wants to do, and to hell with those who disagree with him. He has a battery of pills and supplements he takes every day, many or which can not be found on the approved list of supplements endorsed by Major League Baseball. But he doesn’t care because he’s never failed a drug test, so he figures it must be alright.

That being said, there is a fine line between being your own man, and just being indignant. As such, I hate the fact that, at his disposal, is an approved list of supplements and drugs which he could take without any repercussions, now or in the future. But he refuses to play along. Thus, if the day ever comes where he does fail a test, he’ll have no one to blame but himself.

The other thing I like about him, though, is how candid he is about the 2003 anonymous drug tests. With David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez both having their names leaked, Arroyo openly admits that his name is likely on the same list. And that is something I applaud. I wish more players would come out and say the same.

But really, who out there is that brave… or crazy?

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One Response to “Bronson Arroyo… Kid in a Candy Store!”
  1. That is pretty funny. I think that Arroyo is smart for saying what he said. I think that all MLB players are thinking the same thing, so when they do get caught for roiding, then they can just say it was a supplement not steroids.

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