I just finished reading the article about Steroids and Baseball. It's a very compelling argument that you make, and I appreciate the amount of detail you've put into the article. It was a very interesting read.
To chime in with my own two cents -- which really only touches upon one small part of the article -- I wanted to mention the point you make about people criticizing drug use in athletes because of their "role-model" status.
I'm not a sports fan, myself -- I never have been; But I've always found it curious that people attack those in the sporting industry for drug use. The sports world --and entertainment in general, for that matter-- is festooned with bad examples. Perhaps rather than criticising sports figures for what really amounts to a matter of personal preference --it is their body, after all -- people could better spend that time teaching children about proper role-models or, better yet, working to set a good example for their children themselves, thereby becoming the role-models that they feel their children need.
Anyway, I realize this is not necessarily in the spirit of the article, but it came to mind as I read - for what it's worth. Also, of course, this rant gives me another excuse to tell you how great the site is - which it is - and to keep up the good work - which I'm sure you will.