Drugs didn't help Chris Davis' game [Letter]

September 17, 2014

When the news of Chris Davis' 25-game suspension broke, a good friend of mine commented that a "player should only be suspended if the drugs are actually working" ("Orioles' Chris Davis suspended 25 games after testing positive for amphetamine," Sept. 12).

In the case of Chris Davis, I think his .196 batting average and 173 strikeouts are proof enough that the Adderall was quite ineffective.

Brian J. Spector, Easton

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