Eric Gagne has come out with an autobiography in which he claims that 80 percent of his Dodgers teammates were using PEDs. Do you think he's telling the truth, or just trying to increase his book sales a bit?
bridgerj89: "This is a cop out from Gagne. He started to struggle and needed to find an excuse to explain it. I will say that, in my opinion, over half of MLB players were almost certainly using PED's. Just look at the power numbers from 10 years ago and now. You have to keep up with your peers, and it would be shocking to know how many all stars and future hall of famers covered it up."
Brink1981: "It's real simple. Take PED's with the increased possibility to make millions or don't and hope you make good money."
TheChaperon: "...and the other 20% rode the bench."
UNCNorseman: "Anyone who knows anything about how these gyms function, and, by implication, the trainers who work for them and then these athletes or teams can't be surprised. Come on! Only 80%?"
BuffaloSabre: "80-90% of ALL MLB players were using them, not a surprise."