That's because no one has or likely will be able to eclipse the utterly dispicable behavior of PED cheats Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Braun.
For A-Rod, it's becoming more clear everyday that he likely has been on PEDs since HIGH SCHOOL! If true, it makes his entire career and over 600 homeruns tainted. If it's also confirmed that he snitched on fellow-teammate Francisco Cervelli and Braun to make himself appear less guilty in the Biogenesis scandal, not to mention trying to impede MLB's investigation by offering money for damning evidence against him, he should get a lifetime ban from baseball.
As for Braun, there should also be a special place in baseball hell for him, as well. It wasn't enough that he took down the urine sample tester on a technicality, enough to have the poor guy lose his job over it. Now, ESPN and Yahoo Sports are reporting that Braun, who is Jewish, contacted fellow-major leaguers, including Joey Votto, Matt Kemp and Troy Tulowitzki, claiming the tester was an anti-Semite who may have tampered with the sample.
And this is what Braun said in public about the tester after winning his first appeal: "There were a lot of things that we learned about the collector, about the collection process, about the way that the entire thing worked that made us very concerned and very suspicious about what could have actually happened."
The world is filled with true anti-Semites who inflict real-life harm on innocent people and for Braun to actually make that false accusation to help weasel his way out of trouble is sickening. Lawyers have made a lot of money lately on this whole PED mess. They should make some more when the tester gets around to filing a defamation suit against Braun.
So who's worse--A-Rod or Braun? It's like comparing a rotten apple with a rotten orange.