Monday, February 09, 2009


I've got a blog post swirling around in my head about A-Rod and the whole sorry state of steroids in baseball that I may or may not get around to actually writing one of these days.

In the meantime, get a load of the headline on the front of today's New York Post.

I'll leave you to make your own snarky comments...


Shannon said...

No snarking here. I may have chortled at first but then I was reminded that there are 102 other names on that list.

It's sad. Baseball continues to self-destruct because it refused to regulate itself in the face of greed. Juiced players=more homeruns=more paying fans.

Bud Must Go. Now.

Paul D. said... any of us are surprised.

Remember, juice doesn't make crappy players better.. it just makes 'em stronger, crappy players..

Paging Barry Bonds..

Roon said...

That's what so disappointing. He wasn't a crappy player. Neither were Bonds, McGwire, Giambi, Clemens, Palmero or Pettite. The juice, for them, was so unnecessary.

Paul D. said...

Exactly..they were excellant players without the juice, so why risk it all- including health- on a shot ?

Probably the drive to be get best of best- deals, endorsements, TV roles.

I guess making the Wheatie box isn't enough any more...

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