Jeff Kent refuses to talk about either Roger Clemens or Barry Bonds, but he has expressed his opinion on performance-enhancing drugs in MLB. The second baseman believes that baseball needs an "airtight" drug policy, according to the Associated Press. "The people who have a say are trying to clean the game up," Kent said Friday. "I'm happy for it, I really am. It needs it. If they're going to run over a few players along the way, well, that's what's happening." Refusing to comment on either Clemens or Bonds, Kent has this to say, "For me to make comments won't help the process. It's going pretty good. It's getting there, absolutely. I just wish it would come to an end soon. In order for that to happen, we need an airtight drug policy. You can't just say better than anyone else. That's not an airtight policy."
Kent: Baseball Needs 'Airtight Drug Policy'