Players who use steroids are very respected by both the fans and their fellow teammates. Fans love a player who doesn’t actually have talent and portrays complete dishonesty. Many players lie about taking steroids. I say be proud of the talent that you don’t have! Who cares if you’ll never make it to the Hall of Fame, they get to leave with a sense of disappointment, a couple holes in their arms, and a new needle. That should be rewarding enough for a player to try it.
If I could rank inventions of our time from greatest to least, steroids would have that number one spot. No fan wants to see a little blooper hit that barely makes it out of the infield; they want to see players that hit 500 foot homeruns that hit cars in the parking lot. Just ask Alex Rodriguez. He’s been caught doing steroids twice in his career. That fake talent drove him all the way to mediocrity. So what if it ruined his career and will probably never play again; he’s had the time of his life showing the fans and teammates that his synthetic talent was still not enough for him to be a good baseball player. Steroids have made sports so much better to watch. Owners of sports teams and television stations