Famous baseball players that took steroids

Beginning in 2000, the Cleveland Indians developed a proprietary analytical database called DiamondView to evaluate scouting information gathered by the team; this system later incorporated player performance indicators and financial indicators, for purposes of evaluating and projecting the performance of all major league players. [22] During 2008–2009, the Pittsburgh Pirates were in process of developing MITT ("Managing, Information, Tools and Talent"), a proprietary database that integrates scouting reports, medical and contract information, and performance statistics and projections. [23]

“Wait,” you’re saying, “Clayton Kershaw is totally famous!” OK, now go talk the guy at the cubicle next to yours who claims to be a sports fan and all of a sudden seems super-invested in the World Cup even though you’ve never heard him mention soccer before. Ask him if he’s heard of Clayton Kershaw. Unless you’re in Los Angeles, it’s a good bet he’ll say, “Uhh… that’s the guy who just threw the no-hitter, right?” And yeah, that’s right. But Kershaw’s so much more: He’s been the best pitcher in the league for years, and his great uncle discovered Pluto.

Famous baseball players that took steroids

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