Sunday, February 8, 2009

Schilling: Name All 104 Positives

Curt Schilling (!) has a suggestion that is probably felt by many baseball fans right now: Name all players that tested positive, and not just A-Rod.

The tests were supposed to be anonymous, but now that someone has named Alex, is it fair to name only him? Moreover, is it fair to let others remain under suspicion when they may be innocent?

I'm keeping my opinion to myself on this one--it's a contentious issue.


  1. Never thought I'd agree with Schilling but I think the list should come out. After all there are 103 players waiting for the shoe to drop - might as well let it and start with a clean slate.

  2. Be careful what you wish for Curt--all the people shouting for invalidating the tainted individuals' stats means that what their teams accomplished is also tainted. At this point I would be shocked if NONE of those 103 others were teammates of Schilling's on the 2004 and 2007 Red Sox