A report out of Canada states that a chiropractor employed by the Toronto Blue Jays doesn't believe Roger Clemens juiced.
Patrick Graham, the team's chiropractor, told the paper he worked on Clemens daily in his two seasons with the Blue Jays and believes the veteran's assertion that he never took steroids — at least when he was in Toronto
"I didn't notice any rashes, acne or increased muscle mass or structure," he said.
"I think I would have seen signs of it," adding he always thought Clemens's success in Toronto was due to his then newly developed "split-fingered fastball."
Interesting. Pharmacology is not in the expertise of chiropractic. That a chiropractor remarks on drug treatment does not cut any influence with us.