I listened to him for years defend Barry Bonds on WEEI and poo poo any steroid talk. He waxed on about how great the Arizona complex where players work out during the offseason was. "It's amazing" (Funny how both Bonds and Clemens would promote their own "We work out so much" stories. ) Then after the Congressional Hearings, he strangely started writing articles about how Baseball wasn't doing enough. Funny - why does baseball have to do anything when there isn't any problem? A problem he said never existed. He even asked: Babe Ruth drank during Prohibition, so should we take away his records? Yes, the "Commissioner" came up with that one. Then I heard him wax on about how people knew about steriods and therefore baseball should have known. Hmmm, interesting position. No surprise that the Great Steroid Denier is now on the bandwagon of "look to the future."