Tuesday, February 10, 2009

A-Rod Is Nothing But A Damn Liar And A Stinking Cheater! - Case Closed!

A-Rod lied...it really doesn't matter what he says now. I really don't care to hear it. Since he felt entitled as a professional athlete to cheat and lie to get a big contract, as a sports fan, I feel entitled to tell him to kiss my ass. I can't cheer for this dude any longer.

6 comments:

page February 10, 2009 at 8:47 AM  

Baseball is not my favorite sport. Gmaesmoves to slowely if you are not in attendence.

A-Rod was not the first - he was not the last RELEASE ALL THE NAMES !!! ALL THE NAMES !!! ALL THE NAMES !!! ALL THE NAMES !!!

ch555x February 10, 2009 at 9:22 AM  

Folks might as well just stick with little league (?). Pro sports have been tainted since who knows when, and the A-Rod case isn't any different.

Joshua February 10, 2009 at 10:26 AM  

To be honest about it, I really could care less if he used steroids or not. He is just like most of the era that he is playing in. He should of went the Barry route and said he did not knowing use them. Kind of hard to prove what someone actually know.

Symphony February 10, 2009 at 1:10 PM  

I'm a baseball, Yankees and A-Rod fan. I'll give that disclosure though I have an unbiased view of this stuff.

But I'm also aware. And the biggest sham is that this generation of baseball players is THE one that should carry the burden of steroids in baseball.

Players have already come out and said they've been taking stuff since the 1960s but the media is perpetuating this myth that its these guys that started this.

I love football. Its the first sport I fell in love with. In the NFL, you got the report that the 1963 Chargers were doing steroids, the 1970s had the Steelers, the 1980s had the Raiders and today we have Shawne Merriman, Rodney Harrison and Dana Stubblefield to name a few.

NFL had 30 years before they cleaned up and implemented testing. They were fortunate to not have it in the midst of 24-hour, massive media.

Sports aren't more tainted, its just more known today. Bubbles have been burst, painful for some I know.

Not excusing any of it, just not that ticked off about it either. There are 103 more players who tested positive in 2003. I'm not reacting every time a new name comes out over the next 1, 5 or 10 years.

RainaHavock February 10, 2009 at 1:17 PM  

Wow Professor Tracy tell us how you really feel. XD I don't like baseball but all their off the field drama is just amazing.

page February 11, 2009 at 9:38 AM  

baseball should just release all the names and be done with this already. By leaking and whispering and sneaking names out every six months it drags this scandal out longer than it ever should have been..... longer than people cared. What exactly did the Mitchell report accomplish? Baseball fans could care less, baseball enthusiast are all up in arms about the Holy "record numbers" put an asterisk buy all the names and lets be done with this. My thing is if you have souped up pitchers against souped up batters how unfair was this game? all sports are dirty in some form or fashion. You can take steroids, pain shots, pep pills or 5 hour blast all these things enhance the body. After viewing Tiger Woods body ( not saying he takes steroids) but didn't David Duval come back in less than 2 years with "Tigeress body" for golf? Yes, I am sure it is the new and improved free weight machines and personal trainers.....................

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