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    Steroids In Baseball

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    If all players could have their statistics jump up that greatly. And it is not like the use of steroids heightens ones raw talent to play baseball. It just makes them bigger, faster, and stronger. They still have to be able to hit the baseball, field the baseball, and throw the baseball. Steroids just give their body an advantage, not their talent. There are many grey areas in the MLB testing process. In 2011 Milwaukee Brewers outfielder, Ryan Braun, won the most valuable player award. A month before receiving the award he was tested for using performance enhancing drugs. He was asked to give three urine samples for testing. When the samples left the building they were all sealed and not tampered with. When the urine tests arrived at a World Anti-Doping Agency-certified testing lab in Montreal, it was told that all seals were still intact. What was supposed to be a simple test, turned into the gray area in between (Verducci pg.…

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    “We won, we won! I can't believe we are going to game seven of the World Series, Matt, we the Chicago Cubs, are going to a game seven of the World Series!" shouted Mike. "Mike we have to go celebrate, let's go to Molly's on the South Side!" exclaimed Matt. " Ok let's go we earned it but we still have to be ready for tomorrow so we can't get crazy," responded MIke. "I know!" yelled Matt. When they got to Molly's they sat down and ordered a drink. However,…

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    1) Can you touch on the late season push the Rangers pulled off to take the division and how they managed to do it? How will that carry over to the playoffs? The Rangers have been hot in the back end of the season, and there are many factors that go into that. I think the first thing has been the moves that GM Jon Daniels made at the deadline. Going out and getting Cole Hamels has been absolutely huge, as it gives them an ace to trout out there every fifth day. They also got Southpaw Jake…

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    Bridge War 1845

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    that there was no money to be made from fighting—no one would want to come to a place filled with people disputing over which town is better. They also came to the conclusion that without bridges, living was impossible; it was ultimately better to be united and have bridges. Had there never been a “bridge war,” the city of Milwaukee would likely not exist. It took extreme measures for these two stubborn founders to realize they needed to put their differences aside. As for Walker, he eventually…

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    Phil Tollestrup (born October 21, 1949)[1] is a former Olympic basketball player as a member of the Canadian national men's basketball team during the 1970s. Six feet, six inches tall forward, Tollestrup attributes the development of his basketball ability to his being able to practice on a daily basis both at his school gym, where his father was janitor, and at the local cultural centre, which has an open gym.[2] The native of Raymond, Alberta was later a member of his local basketball team…

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    but later changed it to the “doctor.” Julius was getting a lot of recognition for the way he was playing at Roosevelt High. Many colleges were begging for him to got to their programs because of what he could provide as a player. Julius finally choose a college which was the University of Massachusetts. After playing a few games Julius was paying off for all the hype about him going to UMass. Only after playing 2 seasons on college Julius was averaging 26.3 points per game and 20.2 rebounds a…

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    know, for example, that Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color line, stole home and wore 42 on his back. Muhammad Ali championed equality and said some funny stuff to Howard Cosell. Billie Jean King beat Bobby Riggs. Their lionization reassures us that the stands they took were good — and can now be consigned to bygone eras. But the latest intrusion of political talk into sports — whether you deem it excessive or welcome — has had a drastic effect on coverage. It has brought with it a currency…

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    Have you ever had a really memorable trip? Maybe to Disney Land or the Bahamas or somewhere that made you never want to leave? Well i’ve have some pretty memorable vacations, but my favorite was the vacation I took last summer to Chicago. Chicago is full of a whole bunch of fun things to do. I mean if you like old buildings and artifacts. My family and I actually drove up to Milwaukee first, went to a baseball game, drove to Chicago did some awesome stuff there, went to Iowa to go to the Field…

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    A-Rods could pass Hank Aaron for 30 Home runs in 15 years. Ryan braun could have up to 300 to 350 Home runs for the Milwaukee Brewers (by the end of his career). A-Rod could hit 700 Home runs by the end of his career with the yankee or whoever he’s with if he gets trade. People know that they did Steroids so if they are given a second chance then they should take it but still feel bad that they cheated but now they can't cheat anymore because the Major Sports (NFL, NBA and, MLB) have drug…

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    handcrafted beer brews in Milwaukee! Did you know that Milwaukee is the home of beer in the United States? This is the city that beer technically built and is in fact considered as the beer capital of the world. You see, this is where most well-known brewers such as Pabst, Miller, Blatz and Schlitz started and expanded their beer businesses. So if you want to experience the best beer in the whole wide world, get out of your vinyl garage door in Cypress and head off to Milwaukee. What can you…

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