Asterisk: Home Runs, Steroids, and the Rush to Judgment

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Triumph Books, 2008 - Sports & Recreation - 226 pages
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Baseball is facing a crisis as it is riddled with accusations of steroid and drug abuse, testing, and debates about whether or not records will need to include an asterisk. In attorney David Ezra's new book Asterisk, he explores the public trials of the baseball community and debates questions such as Are accusations of steroid use justified? Or do today's well-trained players, whose teams play in newly constructed ballparks, shatter records because the game has changed?

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Interesting view of Barry Bonds and his use or non-use of Steroids. Read full review

Review: Asterisk: Home Runs, Steroids, and the Rush to Judgment

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Interesting view of Barry Bonds and his use or non-use of Steroids. Read full review

Contents

The Price of Arrogance
1
Talent and Hard Work
29
Steroids
41
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

David Ezra received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Southern California, where he was an editor of the Southern California Law Review and graduated Order of the Coif. He has frequently published on topics involving the intersection of law and health. He lives in Huntington Beach, California. Mike Schmidt is a Hall of Fame third baseman who played for the Philadelphia Phillies.

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