Ster-Rod?

It is being reported today by ESPN radio that New York Yankee 3rd baseman Alex Rodriguez tested positive for two anabolic steroids in 2003. This was before the the MLB had a testing policy which included punitive actions.  The results were from testing done by Major League Baseball in 2003 to give them insight whether there…

New Beginnings

Baseball fans across the country are breaking out their hats, jerseys, and gloves today as they head out to their home team’s ballpark to witness their team’s first (or 2nd) regular season game for the 2008 MLB season. For some fans, this is the beginning of something special, and for others, its the beginning of…

San Francisco Giants Sink To A New Low

The San Francisco Giants were beat by their Triple A team 4-3. No, it wasn’t split squad, and yes, all the Giants’ starters played and batted at least 3 times. No word on whether the Tampa Bay Rays are lobbying to move to the NL West or not. The saddest thing about this is that…

Are You Kidding Me?

I feel like Pacino in Godfather III when he uttered the classic line “Just when I think I’m out…..they pull me back in.” One of my goals for 2008 is going out the window in this post. I promised myself I would not get involved in writing about Roger Clemens this year or his (alleged)…

Barry Bonds Esq.

I have been out of the loop recently, but when I saw an article about Barry Bonds and steroids on Yahoo yesterday I fought my gag reflex and read the opening sentence. I was glad I did both. The article started out like this: “SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Barry Bonds asked a federal judge to…

The Mitchell Report

The bombshell landed today and the finger pointing is going crazy right now.  ESPN right now is reporting that Roger Clemens, Andy Pettitte, Barry Bonds, Eric Gagne, and Miguel Tejada have been mentioned in the Mitchell Report.  While I wasn’t that hyped to see and hear about who did what, our guest columnist SubversiveTheory certainly…