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Message #2015 of 6634  *NEW*
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Jaydawg  
Subject:  Brady Anderson admits to using 'massive' doses of Creatine during the '96 season, when he hit a team record of 50 home runs
Date:  2/08/06, 8:00pm
I've always wondered why Anderson hit an astronomical number of HR's in '96, as his power numbers from other years pale in comparison. At the time, fifty homers was quite unusual for a leadoff hitter. Overall, Brady actually wasn't a bad player and I particularly liked his defense. While Anderson is to be commended for coming forward, this revelation tarnishes his reputation a little bit.

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Message #2016 of 6634  *NEW*
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drrubb  
Subject:  Re: Brady Anderson admits to using 'massive' doses of Creatine during the '96 season, when he hit a team record of 50 home runs
Date:  2/8/06, 10:00pm
question?

Is Creatine considered illigal for baseball players to use?

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Guest6594 (IP: 69.141.76.197)  
Subject:  Re: Brady Anderson admits to using 'massive' doses of Creatine during the '96 season, when he hit a team record of 50 home runs
Date:  2/10/06, 12:27pm
No, creatine is not illegal. It's what Brady Bunch and the others put in with the creatine that's (now) illegal. Even if Brady Bunch took steriods, they weren't illegal in baseball at the time, I think. Everybody forgets that.

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