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Sure.

The careers of Bonds, McGwire, Sosa and Palmeiro are impressive. But they don’t make sense.

They not only defy what earnest baseball players did before them, but they defy logic and reason.

Players don’t have their best seasons in their 30s, especially their mid to late 30s. Not without a little help from their friends.

Positive drug tests or not, Bonds‘ career doesn’t pass the smell test.

Maybe that’s why Selig finally took himself off the 2007 Barry Bonds Home Run Tour. He couldn’t stand the stench.