“I think they should be fined. A lot of people are using drugs. A player like (Jason) Giambi is a good player. He might not be the best role model, but they should just have a light penalty for that. Let them play ball!”
Aaron Davidson, Canarsie
Question: Should baseball players who have admitted to taking, or are found to have taken, performance-enhancing drugs be: 1) fined, suspended and given another chance 2) banned from ever again playing in the major leagues, or 3) warned not to do it again? Why?
|“They should give them another chance. Everybody deserves a second chance. They should suspend them for a period of time, but then let them back to play baseball.”
Ronald Surgeon, Canarsie“I think they should be suspended, but not for very long. I think if they do it once, they should be warned. But if they do it a second or third time, then they should be banned. They make too much money for second or third chances.”
Ashley Gates, Canarsie“They should be fined — and big time! They’re making a lot of money, too much, and they have the nerve to do that kind of thing. That’s a shame!”
Vincent Scarabaggio, Canarsie|