Curt Schilling is recommending the remaining 103 players from the 2003 testing be identified publicly sooner rather than later.
I couldn’t agree more. It isn’t fair to make A-Rod twist in the wind, and it is better for all to have the names come out as a group rather then one at a time over the next – well, who knows how many months.
I’m sure the MLBPA and Commissioner’s office will fight this, based on their confidentiality agreement; but since neither organization destroyed the test results, allowing themselves to get into this predicament, it seems to me to be too late to cry foul.
That’s a lot of ‘to’ at the end of that last sentence, isn’t it?