MLB would see a lot less of this if they just changed their policy to one strike you're out, zero tolerance. No player would want to take the risk of loosing an entire career with one detection. With the thousands of kids wanting a shot at playing pro ball, it's not like there's a shortage of replacements.
The current policy of escalating suspensions just means that players are willing to do it until they are caught, then they just find better ways to not get caught. It creates a situation that can be gamed ... and if it can be gamed, it will be gamed because there is so much for players (and teams) to gain.
It's cheating. Simple. Play clean or don't play. There's no enjoyment in watching a 'Roided-out muscle-bound freak putting balls into the outfield seats ... because it's meaningless. It's not real.
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