People are hypocrites...no argument here.
Last edited by Ven0m; 06-29-2009 at 08:39 PM.
The whole reason is baseball writers who put the sport above all else, like it's not a game -- just like the rest. Baseball writers are the biggest bunch of whiney b!tches around. They take steriod use as a personal insult and act as though their closets are skeleton-free.
To be honest, if all is true, I'm kind of shocked about Damon, most people will think I'm crazy for that. I didn't expect him to be on any list.
Last edited by C. Pennington; 06-29-2009 at 08:53 PM.
He played on the early 2000's A's and then the Red Sox...if he didn't do 'roids I'd be shocked.
Damon is an idiot, so no, I wouldn't be surprised
I seriously doubt its real, one thing is that Andy Pettitte is on it and he was founded on HGH before never on steroids and he was not linked at all to roids in the Mitchell report so I seriously doubt its a real list. Though a lot of the guys on this probably were/are on roids.
Most likely it was just a list made by some guy with way too much time on his hands, another thing is I would be EXTREMELY surprised if Albert Pujols was not on steroids.
Last edited by k.Rhodes25; 06-29-2009 at 09:16 PM.
It's not a media specific problem. There are always people, regardless of job title, that are just bad human beings. Bad cops, bad politicians, bad judges -- bad reporters are just another on the endless list.