July 30, 2009

More bad news about the Red Sox

I guess we saw this coming and I guess it's not 100 percent credible since the source isn't official but "lawyers with knowledge of the results"...

Manny Ramirez and David Ortiz, the sluggers who propelled the Boston Red Sox to end an 86-year World Series championship drought and to capture another title three years later, were among the roughly 100 Major League Baseball players to test positive for performance-enhancing drugs in 2003, according to lawyers with knowledge of the results.

Weren't these tests supposed to be anonymous? Whatever, it doesn't really bug me that much since the amount of steroid use all around baseball was off the charts anyways, this doesn't really tarnish the championships of the Red Sox.

And if any Yankee fan wants to say otherwise, should I start listing off the great Yankee players that tested positive for steroids as well. Lets just say the great New York Dynasty of the 90s was fueled by needles and chemicals. Now lets get ready for all those sports writers on Around the Horn to start thumping their chests about steroids and morality and crap like that.

Even though they wont mention that the Steel Curtain of the 1970s was as about 'roided up as you can get. Love these NFL suck-ups.

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