Monday, December 10, 2012
The Steroid Era of Baseball and Rule 404(b)
From Wes Porter at Golden Gate University School of Law:
Call it exam grading procrastination or alternative scholarship - it's always a fine line. But I thought [our blog audience] might have an interest in this piece I wrote for MLB Reports re: voting on this year's class for the baseball hall of fame. We analogized to preliminary determinations and Rule 404(b) to advise the 537 baseball writers voting on the HOF on what level of proof (or mere suspicion) they could consider re: cheating and use of performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs), or not.