Boston Red Sox catcher David Ross had some strong words for steroids users during a recent appearance at Husson University in Bangor, calling the use of banned substances an "insult" to those who play clean.

In response to an audience question at "An Evening with David Ross" at the Gracie Theatre last week, Ross addressed the recent steroids scandal surrounding Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, and suggested additional ways to stop the use of performance enhancing drugs in Major League Baseball.

"The Yankees should not get the a money back," said Ross, who instead contended that the Yankee slugger's contract be sent back to the union and dispersed among those players who do not use steroids. "Until you cut off the head, and the owners have to suffer and the GMs have to suffer, it's going to be a problem."

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