It’s been a rough year for the Chicago White Sox who look to end their 10-game losing streak against the New York Yankees on Monday. What’s even more disappointing to one of their star sluggers is the latest suspensions that were handed out today.
Adam Dunn talked to Bruce Levine of ESPN Chicago, citing his disgust with Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Braun, two of the top sluggers in baseball. He believes neither of them needed to use PEDs to reach their level of success.
“It is sad, sad that him and Ryan Braun, who would be really, really great players without it,” Dunn said Monday. “[PEDs] is the sad part for me. They didn’t need all of [the PEDs].”
Dunn is in disbelief that players continue to try and step around the rules set by baseball, and unfortunately, he doesn’t believe that it is over.
“This is nothing new,” he said. “The only thing is that guys have been caught multiple times. That is not very smart. I don’t know what else you are supposed to do. These guys are thinking that what they are doing and all this stuff, they think they aren’t going to be caught. Apparently they are wrong. Hopefully this is the last we hear of things like this. My guess is it probably won’t be.”