Steroid users hall of fame

John Daniel Tooz Matuszak was an American football defensive lineman in the National Football League and also an actor. Matuszak was born in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. He attended the University of Tampa and played for their football team. Matuszak also played for the Houston Oilers of the NFL and joined the Houston Texans of the World Football League, but never played for them. His first major role as an actor was in the 1979 movie "North Dallas Forty" as a football player. He also appeared in the movies "Caveman", "The Ice Pirates", and "One Crazy Summer" but is known for his role in "The Goonies". He also had guest appearances on popular TV shows "Perfect Strangers", "M*A*S*H", "The Dukes of Hazzard", "Hunter", "Silver Spoons", "The A-Team", "1st & Ten", "Miami Vice" and "Cheers". He died on June 17, 1989 aged 38 due to a heart failure.

Due to a wide range of media coverage and large scale steroid scandals fans and experts have continued to bring the games integrity into question. Major League Baseball is a game of statistics. The entirety of a player's career is based upon the consistency and credibility of the numbers and accolades acquired during the period in which they played. "Their real impact has been at the margins: There are certainly some scrubs who wouldn't be in the majors without the juice, and we have ample evidence that at the other end of the scale, drugs can take Hall of Famers and all-time greats and help them perform at historically unprecedented levels" (La-Times). When it comes to this topic generally there are two trains of thought. Many do not see the harm with this type of substance use because it makes the game more exciting and allows athletes to reach untested potentials. On the other side of the argument many fans and experts believe the game has lost its purity because of this drug use. More recently an issue has arose with high-caliber players who have tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs are not being voted for on a hall of fame ballot. This fact has brought many to question the game's integrity. No matter the statistics and achievements produced by the certain player prior to drug use, a positive test for steroids has shown to discredit the athletes integrity and career entirely.

What is it? An anabolic/androgenic steroid altered to produce better muscle-building properties, making it very popular for bodybuilders.
How it’s taken: Tablets or injections
Brand names: Winstrol, although that brand is no longer in production in the United States.
Legalities: Regulated as a Schedule III drug, meaning a valid prescription is required for possession.
What it does: Promotes muscle growth. In the past, it has been prescribed for patients with osteoporosis, growth deficiencies and hereditary angioedema, a disease that causes swelling.
Side effects/risks: Oily skin, acne and hair loss. More severe risks include liver damage, cardiovascular strain, mood changes and hardening of the arteries.
In the news: Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson was stripped of his 1988 Olympic gold medal after testing positive for stanozolol.

Jeff Passan’s comment regarding amphetamines is ridiculous. Uppers keep you going during a game when you may otherwise have been winded. Steroids keep you going strong all the time and, unlike amphetamines, there is no crash after using for a game or 3. A common misperception is that steroids make you stronger and thus able to hit many more homers. This is just not true. What they do is keep you at peak level and beyond so that a 35 year old man can hit more home runs from age 35 to 40 than he did in his prime… Bonds. Steroids can help to keep you healthy and fit for a long season year after year. It is a long term fix and not a single game boost. It is cheating, period!

Steroid users hall of fame

steroid users hall of fame

Jeff Passan’s comment regarding amphetamines is ridiculous. Uppers keep you going during a game when you may otherwise have been winded. Steroids keep you going strong all the time and, unlike amphetamines, there is no crash after using for a game or 3. A common misperception is that steroids make you stronger and thus able to hit many more homers. This is just not true. What they do is keep you at peak level and beyond so that a 35 year old man can hit more home runs from age 35 to 40 than he did in his prime… Bonds. Steroids can help to keep you healthy and fit for a long season year after year. It is a long term fix and not a single game boost. It is cheating, period!

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