Who cares? That's my two word take on this Alex Rodriguez nonsense. No one is shocked (except maybe Michael Kay and John Sterling) and I think we all realize that it is not possible to declare any player of the "steroid era" 100% PED free. Not Albert Pujols. Not Greg Maddux or Tom Glavine. Heck, not even Mike Piazza. It sucks that players broke the law, and I'm not happy about it. However, there is nothing less interesting than a discussion about steroids, Barry Bonds, Mark McGwire, BALCO, etc. Yet the media coverage of this garbage is, and will continue to be, neverending.
Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association screwed up. They turned a blind eye to steroids in return for revenue created by the 1998 home run race and increase in offense that drew fans to the stadiums. That stinks. Since then, MLB has created stiff penalties for players caught using (see J.C. Romero), and generally tried hard to remove PED's from the game. So please, let's move on. Let's not waste our time talking about spineless unnamed sources divulging information about a supposed-to-be anonymous steroid test from 2003. Especially when pitchers and catchers report in a few days.