Baseball's back, but fans' lingering anger over steroid use by MLB players has cast a bit of a cloud on Opening Day.
Baseball *Juiced, a new online offering from Addicting Games, examines the steroid issue, although unfortunately without much depth. For example, if your player works out at the gym in the off-season instead of taing steroids he will hit well.
But if you choose to dope your player, he seems to hit a home run every time up. Eventually, however, he will flunk his random steroid test.
The message is: steroids may increase performance but at cost in reputation. Player who juice could be indicted, ala Barry Bonds, or banned from the Hall of Fame.