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- A major monetary penalty if you get caught with PEDs. Void a contract if there is one, push down to a little below league minimum for the next season and remainder of that season - suspended for the rest of the year or 100 games, whichever comes first [first violation - second one, banned]. Either this or a one and done.

 

- If two players want to fight, let them fight for a minute, then they're both ejected, no suspension unless there's a cheap shot. If either player or both players repeat this in the next game or later that season, then a suspension, three games, no appeal. If a teammate or teammates get involved, they're ejected, as well, and face a suspension of at least three games, no appeal.

 

- [uSER=2328]@SilverBullet1929[/uSER] is banned from attending all games.

 

 

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The 'automatic void of a contract for PEDs' idea is dumb as hell because there can easily be a false positive. The current system is fine.

 

I really wish they would throw out the current draft system and allow teams to trade draft picks.

 

I agree that there needs to be a salary floor. Force the owners to spend on the field.

 

 

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The 'automatic void of a contract for PEDs' idea is dumb as hell because there can easily be a false positive. The current system is fine.

 

I really wish they would throw out the current draft system and allow teams to trade draft picks.

 

Yes, there can be a false positive, but that's why they have the appeal process.

 

I do like the idea of trading draft picks, though.

 

 

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The 'automatic void of a contract for PEDs' idea is dumb as hell because there can easily be a false positive. The current system is fine.

 

Such a rule would observe the appeal process. If the appeal fails, then that contract should become void.

 

The current system is terribly broken because teams are on the hook for a contract that was signed because of PED inflated numbers.

 

 

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I think that voiding the contracts is the better route. For example, if the Marlins are worried that Dee Gordon wouldn't perform up to his PED inflated levels, they would be rid of him if they want to be. Free to find someone else at 2B.

 

It might even be better for the player in the end because he could prove to other teams that he's able to perform at high levels without PEDs and get a new contract.

 

 

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