Archie Comics 175 (August 1967) by Richard H. Goldwater, Frank Doyle, Joe Edwards, Sy Reit,

By Richard H. Goldwater, Frank Doyle, Joe Edwards, Sy Reit, Samm Schwartz

Archie Comics #175 - August 1967

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We found our seats and he quickly launched into a lengthy explanation of why Justin Upton was better than B. J. Upton of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, the salient points of which elude me. It had something to do with stolen base ratios and the two Uptons’ performances 0306820175-Gullo_Layout 1 12/12/11 3:53 PM Page 50 50 Ji m G ul l o on his PlayStation game. We sat about twenty rows up from the field—albeit only two rows from the top of the stadium—just past first base, which for twelve dollars a seat felt like a huge bargain compared to the ticket prices at Safeco.

Fill in the blank could see what baseball had done to its youngest fans. Unprompted by me, Joe removed the players in his baseball card collection who had been named as possible drug users and segregated them into a cheaters pile. Eric Gagné, Paul Lo Duca, Roger Clemens, Kevin Brown, David Segui . . the list went on and on, and Joe had cards for every one of them, sometimes multiple cards from different times in the players’ careers. He found and removed them all. Sorting his cards had been one of Joe’s great joys of owning a baseball-card collection.

A sickening thought popped into my head: According to Jose Canseco, eight out of ten major-league ballplayers were on the juice by the time the nineties were over. This was what the Mitchell Report and all of the denials by ballplayers—all of the “I thought it was vitamins I was taking” lies, and “the tests must have been wrong” accusations—had accomplished. 0306820175-Gullo_Layout 1 12/12/11 3:53 PM Page 24 24 Ji m G ul l o Every player was now fair game, and kids like Joe (not to mention their parents) had no place to turn to figure out who was telling the truth and who wasn’t.

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