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Monday, August 22, 2005
they're stealing the horses, and no one cares
source: http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/recap?gid=250821128

jason vargas pitched well, but threw too many pitches.

Vargas (4-1) struck out seven, tying his season high, and walked one in his fifth major league start. He threw 117 pitches, the last striking out Antonio Perez to end the game.

jack mckeon was excited about the danger to his young pitcher's future.

``I was hoping the kid would get the shutout, but I'm glad he finished,'' Marlins manager Jack McKeon said. ``Now he knows he can go out there and complete a game.''

this is an outrage. it must be stopped. managers must be held accountable. owners must be held accountable. major league baseball must be held accountable.

why do we care about steroids? is it because of the damage to players' bodies? is it really? are you sure? or is it jealousy?

because the treatment of young pitchers by criminals like jack mckeon is a thousand times more damaging than steroids.
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