Originally Posted by metsandweezer
but he hit 291 homers and he is under 6 feet tall. so a small dude with 3,000 hits plus 300 homers, in my mind = sterorids. plus he was on the same team as jeff "steroids" bagwell.
Look how many years it took him to compile his numbers. I usually associate PED use with a sudden spike in homers(ped's do not help you hit the ball, only hit the ball further, making routine pop fly's home runs). The prime example of this is a player like Juan Gonzalez. Steroids are also known for shortening a career, not lengthening it. Biggio had a long stint in MLB, and his consistancy over time makes me think no juice, and first ballot Hall of Famer...