Friday, August 26, 2005

GET OVER IT!!!!!!!!


Once again, to no surprise, the Director of the Tour de France and the people of France, are now alleging that Lance Armstong did use steroids. They claim that there were some things that were “out of the ordinary” in some of his Drug Tests, yet the cant put there finger on it. All they are trying to do is take the thunder away from Armstrong so people will think of France, not him, when they think of the Tour de France. They are so pissed off because an AMERICAN is beating them at there own sport. They have been doing things like this for now 7 years and trust me this wont be the last allegation, France just needs to accept that they were beat again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again. Message to France: GET OVER IT!!!!!!!!!!

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Got Milk?

Yesterday, the Florida Marlins batboy was suspended for 6 games after accepting a dare from the players to drink a gallon of milk without throwing up. Dodgers Pitcher Brad Penny said, "[ He] would pay $500 to the kid if he can drink the milk in an hour and not throw up, and that its ridicules that you get suspended 10 games for steriods, and 6 games for milk."

Sunday, August 14, 2005

Welcome Back?


Today, as Rafael Palmeiro returned to the Orioles lineup after serveing his 10 game suspension for failing a steriods test, it was evident that some fans werent exactly welcomeing him back with open arms.

Friday, August 12, 2005

Ouch!!!


It may just be that I’m a fan, but when I saw the video of Carlos Beltran(Left) and Mike Cameron(Right) collide, and hit each other face to face, while diving for a ball, I thought it was hilarious. Don’t get me wrong though, I’m not saying the major injury to Cameron is funny. Bet seeing Beltran collide like that, and the sudden panic of the Mets over there $117 million dollar man was great. And you know what, I didn’t feel sorry at all for Beltran after what he did to the Astro’s over the off-season. I did however feel sympathy for Cameron. If you want to see the Video of the collision you can go to www.mlb.com or www.espn.com .

Friday, August 05, 2005

Enough $heffield!!!


I have to say, as a fan, I am sick of Gary Sheffield. Every single time you think his ego has finaly died down a little bit, he come's back with some idiotic comments. He last said, "I'm the Yankee's Leader," so that would mean that not Derick Jeter, not A-Rod, but Sheff is. He also said, he would never jump into the stands to catch a ball, like most players should with the salaries they are paid. Then saying that he should be paid more, and has to feed his family, $21 million over 3 years isnt enough? Last I checked, real leaders, guys like Jeter, almost never complain and hussle every single play! Another thing Sheffield said is, "The Yankee's have too much media in the locker room." WELL, NO SHIT!!! ITS THE NEW YORK YANKEE'S, my grandmother who's not really into sports even knows the kind of media the Yanks get! Sheff, you knew what you were doing when you signed on that dotted lined of a YANKEE'S CONTRACT!!! Look, I dont care if you say you deserve more money, but dont say you "Need to feed your family," what I have a problem with, is when an over egotistical ball player says, I'm the leader, not him, him, or him, too much media, blah, blah, blah. One word, ENOUGH!!!

Monday, August 01, 2005

Mr. 3,000-NO, Mr. 10 Games, Yes


Today, August 1st, Rafael Palmeiro was caught failing the new steroid policy by baseball. Palmeiro was quoted to saying, " I was never aware that I had put a illegal substance in my body." Oh please, thats what they all say my friend, I've heard it all, and let me tell you this Rafael, if I was paid the kind of money you are, and I was the franchise player, like you are, I would read every single product that is in the shakes, drinks whatever you use to help your performance. The good thing is that this, (unfortunaly), is GREAT for baseball, it finally proves that the new policy is working.