Thursday, July 30, 2009

The Red Sox are Cheaters

Comparing sources?

What a divine day for New York Yankees fans. I didn't have a chance to chime in earlier on the news that both David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez are on the list of 104 failed steroid tests in 2003. Red Sox 3rd World Nation now has its' collective tails tucked between their legs. No longer can they say the Yankees titles are tainted or mock A-Rod and others.

"I would suggest everybody get tested, not random, everybody," he said. "You go team by team. You test everybody three, four times a year and that's about it." - David Ortiz, Feb., 2009
Ah yes, Big are you willing to walk away from the game for a year? Ortiz claimed he didn't know he failed, yet all those who did were informed at the time. Ortiz has also been quoted as saying he once drank a supplement shake and he really wasn't sure what was in it. Nice set up there Papi in case you ever fail a test. Ortiz won't comment further on the report until he gets more info.

This of course is no shock. Ortiz stunk with the Twins and suddenly emerged with the Red Sox. Perhaps we now know why.

And of course there is the Man-child. Failed a test this year, so obviously it was no shock that Ramirez failed a test prior to this.

And again I shake my head at Bud Selig for looking the other way for so long and helping to damage baseball for a decade. You had no idea, puh-lease.

Finally, choke on Boston. :)


  1. Ortiz stunk with the Twins because they wouldn't let him swing for the fences. They wanted him to hit singles. He also wasn't playing every day with the Twins, which is why he didn't hit many homers in 2002. So you can toss that argument out the window. Everyone around him was shocked, including Papi himself. Let him do his research before you castrate him. He said he will talk once he figures out how it happened, and he'll make good on that promise. He's not a Clemens.

  2. Don't be naive, he knew...he knew all along he was doing it.