soft hands.

Maybe he hoped the Balco investigation and his testimony would just disappear. Maybe he was assured of confidentiality. You can argue that a dirty game is being played by whoever leaked the testimony, but that shouldn't obscure the now public admission by Giambi, as reported in the newspaper, that he played first.

His health is more important than his baseball career and how people and history will perceive him. But if he wants to stay in the game, if he wishes to begin doing what's right, let him stand up and tell America's children that what he did was self-destructive and wrong. Let him lend his face and voice to a fight more important than his own. Let him for once be a bigger man, for real. [harvey araton]
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