A-Roid is Special

August 18, 2013 | Tom Federline

Alex Rodriguez is special in his own mind and to the thousands of nieve Yankee fans that still support him. He is so special, he has been allowed to put his inevitable suspension on hold. He is so special, he is still playing baseball and he is still getting paid. He is so special, MLB is not even going to hear his case until November/December of this year, (after post season). Why is that? The 12 other suspended players accepted their defeat, accepted their guilt. You caught us, suspend us without pay (we don’t need all that ridculous cash anyway), and BTW thank you for enforcing this now. That way we can have a vacation and then return for the playoffs. Review all of the above, as it presents more evidence that professional sports “Is Fixed”.

A-roid, could you just do us all a favor and “Don’t Come Around Here No More” – (Tom Petty). You make me sick. If you never show your face again in Baltimore or at Camden Yards – our city and our experience at the stadium is better for it. Just go away. Don’t even stop by and pick up Brady for one last butt PED injection. You have tarnished the game of baseball. In this Steroid Era (1990-Present), you and the other 70% fellow needle sticking butt buddies, have managed to place doubt whenever excellence is being achieved, i.e. currently the Orioles own Chris Davis.

Chris Davis has offered is two cents on any allegations directed at him by addressing talk about chasing the single season Home Run record. Not verbatum – but here’s the jist – “The only record I’m concerned about is Roger Maris’ 61. The others don’t count.” Those are my sentiments and more than likely the sentiments of all true baseball fans. Hopefully Davis is not pulling a Rafeal Palmeiro. Hopefully he is legit. Hopefully Albert Pujols is legit. Hopefully Bryce Harper and Mike Trout are legit. What are your thoughts? Here’s mine – thanks to Bud Selig, the players union and MLB – they are all guilty. And if they have not tested positive, they are the ones with the good agents, they are the ones paying off the right people at the testing labs. I don’t know what happened with A-roid and his 28 million a year. Maybe Biogenesis got to greedy with A-roids’ name on the list and the buy-off price got to high. That’s why the other 12 had to surrender.

It’s just not right. It’s all fixed, plus one. Meaning – it’s “all fixed” with performance enhancing drugs simply adding salt into baseballs wound. A-Roid is special and pretty and rich. Kinda makes you a little envious of A-roid. It makes me so envious – it makes me gag. Which I almost did, last Sunday. I can tell you one thing, I’m glad I did not have a heavy object in my hand or I would have been out buying a new television this past week.

Last Sunday afternoon – I turned on the PGA golf tournament. Within minutes my stomach started to rumble and become mildly upset. For ten miuntes all I heard were the “commentators” continuously swoon over Tiger Woods and Phil Mikelson. Whose rounds by the way, were long completed and they were on their way home. The golf “groupies” couldn’t accept the fact that competitive golf could still be played without Tigger ” Mr.4-iron” and Phil “how do you like my fake smile?” I digress. Bottom line – golf is off, what else is on? I turned the station to find Detroit vs. the Yankees. Oh joy, Justin Verlander (another potential juicer) vs. A-roid. I was asking for pain at this point.

Here comes A-Roid and his first at bat…. Home Run. RUKM? My stomach has now begun to rumble. There were some boos in the crowd………. prior to his at-bat. All of which, turned to cheers and a standin ovation after the homerun. RUKM? Just wasn’t right, man. More reasons not to respect Yankee fans. At this point I buckled over, while shouting a few choice “unmentionalbles” at the television. And for those who know me – it was quite “juicy”. At this point, I was hoping that was the worst of it. Oh no, MLB and Fox Sports wasn’t convinced I was sick enough. Next they put up a stat – “A-Roid is 1 RBI away from tying Stan Musial.” That was it – dry heaving and piercing pains in the back of my head almost did me in. A-roid and Stan Musial in the same sentence. You just gagged like I did, didn’t you? Just how wrong is that? My take – the Steroid Era boys get their own record book and Wall of Shame.

Enough already. Let’s get positive. Orioles – whoops – that’s a tough one. They are not hitting in the clutch and how about this newsflash? Jimmy JJ Johnson – no more 9th inning! Bench him for 50 games and no pay. Guess what happens? He gets a vacation, he gets to ponder the use of “juicy juice” and he’s back for playoffs. Orioles in the PLAYOFFS? Not at this pace. Not with thier current attitude. They have experienced their second low-point of the season. And no extended high point to off-set the lows. It’s not all Jimmy JJ’s fault. They all are guilty, including Buck-Buck. Where is your “closer by committee”, Buck-Buck? What’s with the all the LOB in scoring position, Buck-Buck? O’s are not going to the Promised Land with current state of affairs.

Summary – no more juicy juice talk please. O’s have an outside shot at making a run. Let’s have fun. Just go away A-ROID and take your other suspected/questionable PED teammate buddies with you: Teixeira, Sabathia, Jeter (oh yeah throw him in there too), Granderson, etc. etc. Yankees go home. Let’s just make it O’s, Red Sux and some team that plays inside in Florida. Fan in need of Orange Kool-aid.

D.I.Y.

Fedman

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4 Comments For This Post

  1. unitastoberry Says:

    From Monday nights attendance many O’s fans agree with you.

  2. Fedman Says:

    Unitastoberry,
    Winning one out of three at home, versus division rival, is not going to cut it. It’s going to get interesteing now. Boston, NY, Cleveland away – should be telling story.
    The crowd seemed lifeless. The O’s seemed lifeless. Only thing that woke anybody up was Davis’ monster shot onto Eutaw Street last night.
    Thanks for feedback. Keep ‘em rolling.

    PEACE

  3. JC Says:

    Dan:
    Nice timing on the A-Roid blog. No sooner had you posted, then we got to see everything that is wrong with MLB all rolled up into one nice package suitable for prime time on our favorite network.

    Loser from Boston gets 4 tries to hit A-Roid and finally succeeds, then he doesn’t get thrown out. Network couldn’t have the Boston starter tossed so early in a prime time game (see your fix)
    Joe Girardi gives his best George Brett pine tar incident imitation and gets tossed. Highly entertaining.

    Then A-Roid gets to show the results of his years of PED experiments and jacks a homer later. Quite a night for MLB. Shameful.

    As for the Orioles., they are managing to hang around but haven’t shown they have what it takes to beat the big boys consistently. JJ has shown he is human this year, starters are in need of an innings eater (remember Scott Erickson?), and bats have had a continuing disappearing act. The record setting defense has kept them in games. Your guy Markakis finally showed everyone he can still hit it over the fence after a few months of waiting.

    Lots of important games coming up. Should be fun to see what happens.

    jc

  4. Fedman Says:

    JC,

    A-roid has cheated. A-roid has previously admitted to cheating. A-roid is still playing baseball. MLB Players Union “has fixed” the scam in order to benefit “cheaters”. Thank you Bud Selig, thank you owners, thank you MLB for tarnishing the game of baseball. Greed has struck yet once again.
    Orioles – still waiting for a 10 game win streak. Ok, 8. Ok, 6. Ok, win the rest of their series and cross fingers. No closer threat, not hitting in the clutch – it’s gonna be tough. Markaskis starts hitting – it will be contagious – they are in.
    Thanks for the feedback. Keep ‘em rolling.

    PEACE

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