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Androstenedione Just Another Supplement Suppose that you were a distressed student but you knew of a pill that would enable you to get better grades Would you choose to take them or not It would be preposterous to say that many would not Mark McGwire first baseman for the St Louis Cardinals had to make a decision similar to this The decision he was forced to make was whether or not to use the body supplement androstenedione This year Mark McGwire broke the single season record for home runs and everyone made a big ordeal about his use of androstenedione Many felt that since androstenedione is already outlawed in Professional Football the Olympics and the NCAA then it should be illegal in Major League Baseball as well Once again I ask if it were possible for you to enhance any part of your body would you choose to do so Over the Thanksgiving break my grandfather and I got into a discussion about McGwire He told me that he felt that McGwire should not even be mentioned for MVP this year because of his use of andro I said grandpa as a farmer you are constantly looking for ways to increase crop yield The answer is always some type of fertilizer Every other farmer may also choose to use these fertilizers but some do not Androstenedione is like a fertilizer to McGwire To say that he does not deserve the MVP would be like saying you are unable to collect the extra money that you receive as a result of a good harvest After that he quietly walked away from the table This from a man who is known for always having the last word Mark McGwire is a 65 250 pound first baseman for the St Louis Cardinals McGwire started his career in Oakland California with the Athletics He was traded to St Louis in 1997 for three pitchers and was
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