Dec
13

A-Rod’s deal finalized

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Hooray, how anti-climatic. PeteAbe says there will be a press conference in a few where A-Rod will get a chance to explain why his name is in the Mitchell Report what the hell happened last month.

(The Mitchell Report crack was a joke, lighten up)

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6 Comments»

  1. Brian says:

    If this report goes down with Giambi, Clemens, Pettitte, and A-Rod on it without a single Red Sox player, how can you not make the claim about Mitchell that his allegiance is suspect? Giambi, obviously, Clemens wouldn’t be a surprise necessarily, but Pettitte and A-Rod would be pure speculation. Or, once again proof that the only team anyone cares about, for better or for worse, is the Yankees.

  2. Brian says:

    Oh, I see the byline now, but STILL!

  3. Bbig says:

    I feel like the rabble rabble guys from south park should be at the press conference for the mitchell report.

    “…..clemens”… “heeey rabble rabble rabblerabble rabble”
    “…..pettitte….”: “rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble rabble!!!!”

  4. Nefarious Jackson says:

    I repeat, PAPI better be on this list or it has ZERO credibility… people don’t go role from OK player to the modern freakin Jimmy Fox overnight

  5. Kevin23 says:

    I agree. The Red Sox players started all developing huge bodies right around the same time. I can remember Nomar looking jacked just before he got hurt, then traded. Now he’s small again, and nowhere near as good. Hmmm. Same with Damon…he suddenly had power in Boston where he had none in Oakland. Millar, Nixon, Captain dipshit, Papi, etc…they all had the same basic body type all of a sudden…stout and stalky. Hmmm. And they all suddenly and magically started hitting a power stride at the same time? Me doubt it.

    If any team is suspect in baseball, it’s the Red Sox.

  6. Nefarious Jackson says:

    right now early rumour sites have NO current red sucks… wow, what a shock

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