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Using Performance-Enhancement Drugs 1 TUI UNIVERSITY Byron E. Ferguson Module 3 – Case ETH 301 – Business Ethics Dr. Bruce Gillies 11 May 2010
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Using Performance-Enhancement Drugs 2 Should Alex Rodriguez be Banned from Playing Major League Baseball Performance-enhancement drugs (PEDs) have become a major issue and undoubtedly part of modern sports; athletes’ ranging from middle and high school to world class professional star uses them. No matter the level of play, athletes are striving for greatness or prestige in some way. Professional athletes in Major League Baseball (MLB) aren’t excluded or different in anyway. When you factor in the potential to earn millions for being one of the best in a particular sport, it would be hard not to seek an edge or advantage from using PEDs. Competition begins at a very early stage and last throughout possibly a lifetime. Alex Rodriguez must have felt that his competition required him to gain a competitive edge. In his own words, "When I arrived in Texas in 2001, I felt an enormous amount of pressure. I felt like I had all the
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