(01-01-2012 05:22 PM)natejeffries Wrote: A man's arms are not supposed to look like that. His arm was growing its own galaxies.
(01-01-2012 06:09 PM)natejeffries Wrote: I never said there wasn't a difference. I haven't seen anybody pre 70's, swinging a bat or throwing a ball who seemingly had multiple forearms on the same arm, with biceps exploding and veins ripping apart.
They didn't have the steroid defined multiple muscle exploding look that Bench had.
(08-06-2014 11:33 AM)jaykayzee Wrote: Don't confuse "not valuable" with "not collectible".
(01-01-2012 06:17 PM)jacobystealshome Wrote: i think youre full of it
(01-01-2012 11:22 AM)dbauer2 Wrote: Red flags for steroids should be huge anomalies like the recent power trend in 35+ year old ball players, when 75+ years of data says that most players are done playing at an elite level by their early 30s.
(01-01-2012 02:33 PM)john1580 Wrote: This is the runaway winner for stupidist thread of the year, and im pretty sure it will hold the title for the next 12 months
(01-01-2012 07:17 PM)wmrklemm78 Wrote: Warren Spahn recorded 187 of his 363 wins after he was 35, including six straight seasons of 20 or more wins after he turned 35... red flag.
Jamie Moyer... red flag.
Phil Niekro... red flag
Tommy John... red flag
No one has ever accused anyone above from being on steroids and/or HGH, etc... They were all better AFTER turning 35... an anomaly.