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Project 1 - Devon Bond 101 N 34thStreet Philadelphia PA 19104 [email protected] Jonathan R Cole New York Times More Juice Less Punch Dear Jonathan R

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Devon Bond 101 N. 34 th Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 [email protected] January 30, 2008 Jonathan R. Cole New York Times More Juice, Less Punch December 22, 2008 Dear Jonathan R. Cole, The use of steroids and human growth hormones in Major League baseball is deceitful, cheating, and wrong. There are no excuses at all for Major league baseball players who get paid millions of dollars and sign contracts consists of illegal drug use and suspension. Steroids are illegal drugs just like cocaine and whether they are taken to improve a players batting percentage or not, steroids should not be taken while under the payroll of the MLB. If a professional in the workplace was using cocaine there would be no problem in putting a suspension on that person whether it was improving their working abilities or not. Steroids are just like cocaine and when a baseball player is caught using drugs they should be suspended from the game forever. I am writing a response from your article in the
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This note was uploaded on 05/22/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Bighnam during the Spring '08 term at Drexel.

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Project 1 - Devon Bond 101 N 34thStreet Philadelphia PA 19104 [email protected] Jonathan R Cole New York Times More Juice Less Punch Dear Jonathan R

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