…‘Roids in BaseBall, Nets Resurgence, and Knicks Reality
Baseball is lucky to have Jose Canseco. He is a metaphor for why playing baseball is often considered passé. The game does not have a level playing field; it never had, not even after black players joined the ranks.
Baseball historians hold numbers dear, bypassing the fact each stadium has different dimensions; and the changes made to the ball at various points in the game’s history.
Canseco used steroids to alter his physical limitations, much the same way stadium walls are adjusted to benefit a team.
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