This A-Fraud thing should not come at a suprise to anyone. There are only a few players that played at such a high level from the mid 80's to the present day that might even be considered clean. It started at the big league level, but the minor leaguers began to catch on, no pun intended, and realized that to even make it to the big leagues they had to do what ever it takes. And once they made it, you really think that they just stopped? Of course not. Thet Major League is just the tip of the iceberg. And you think that because they'd implimented at testing policy a few years back the sport is now clean, hence HGH, which is still very hard to test for. But there is one player that I do believe will come out of all of this mess clean and will be considered the greatest pitcher of his era, Greg Maddux. I can't wait to see him standing at the podium giving his speach after he's elected to the Hall of Fame on his first ballot.