How come it is the Los Angeles Asian American community that took offense at the gesture made by Houston Astros first baseman Yuli Gurriel at Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Yu Davish? Don’t they have an Asian American community in Houston? – @OgbeniAyotunde
Major Legal baseball (MLB) is strongly against the use of steroids by it’s players. Athletes juice up to build bigger muscles with many medical and phycological side effects to reckon with.
MLB is not strongly against the use of steroids for the medical and phycological side effects associated with the use. MLB is against the use of steroids due to the edge it gives players – cheating – hence the moniker Performance Enhancement Drug. Performance equals money and by the rules of the game cheating is not alowed.
So why is the business of juicing livestock and poultry to bulk them up for slaughter still practiced in the American food industry? Well there are also plenty of cheats in this game. Animals are injected with Performance Enhancement Drugs before slaughter to bulk them up for more money in the market. Now that we have established cheating where is the FDA and the Department of Agriculture to issue the fines and punishments like the MLB.
Then there is the mass conspiracy by the livestock and poultry industry that continue to feed millions of Americans and the international market with juiced up cattle and poultry in the process decimating that industry, a crime for the FBI