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Robert Machado

Don't be shocked by who's on juice

When Tampa Bay Devil Rays outfielder Alex Sanchez became the first major league player to be suspended for failing a steroid test, the news wasn't met with shock. Try laughter, instead. Sanchez? A guy with four homers in 1,351 big league at-bats? A 5-foot-10, 160-pound speedster who once swiped 52 bags in a season? That guy's juiced? "When I heard his name, I thought it was a joke," said Detroit Tigers utility man Brandon Inge, a former teammate of Sanchez's. "You don't need steroids to bunt like he does. Actually, I'd think he'd be taking the opposite of steroids." Actually, Sanchez is a fine candidate for performance-enhancing drugs. He...