Jennie Ehrlich Williams
There is a peculiar silence about the responsibility of the managers of players involved in steroid scandals. Could men as insightful as Tony La Russa and Joe Torre really not have noticed any signs that their players were taking performance enhancers?
McGwire has finally admitted using steroids, but he still insists that these performance-enhancing drugs had no impact on his performance. How exactly is he worthy of our forgiveness?
Tom Griffo, Hillsborough, N.J.
Joe Sheehan's argument declaring Randy Johnson the greatest lefthander of all time (SCORECARD, Jan. 18) has a major flaw. He compared Johnson with Sandy Koufax instead of with Warren Spahn, who has more wins than Johnson (363 to 303), more complete games (382 to 100), more shutouts (63 to 37), more 20-win seasons (13 to three) and a lower career ERA (3.09 to 3.29).