Difficult to assess impact of amphetamines ban
Never mind the wild-card race: This was Major League Baseball's answer to "Survivor: Borneo."
Outfielder Shane Victorino was the only Philadelphia player to play every inning. So what was his reward? He woke up Monday morning with the knowledge that a Labor Day matinee against Houston's Roger Clemens awaited. That's all the incentive a man needs to roll over and abdicate his professional responsibilities.
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