A-Rod Hits 600th Home Run, Temporarily Seperates Himself from Demons

August 5, 2010

Once the media and fans accepted that A-Rod was going to take his pretty sweet time hitting another milestone home run, Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez joined a small and elite group of players by hitting his 600th career home run.

An A-Bomb from A-Rod

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Midseason Baseball Thoughts

July 15, 2010

The title pretty much summarizes the whole thing.

Balls

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TTTTTHHHHHEEEE YANKEES WIN!!!

November 5, 2009

The New York Yankees win their 27th World Championship. The Bronx is back and bombing, baby!

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Thoughts on the New Yankee Stadium

May 22, 2009

Being the privileged New Yorker that I am, I managed to experience the New Yankee Stadium for my first times this past weekend by going to Friday night’s game and Saturday’s afternoon game. Of course, I have an opinion about the new venue…

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This Bud’s For Who?

February 25, 2009

A-Rod steroid use conversations have continued, and just may keep going until baseball season starts. The highest paid baseball player fielded some, and brushed off other detailed questions about his questionable behavior. The media has dug into Rodriguez, looking for a step-by-step full-cavity report of the exact details of each and every drug use.

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Thoughts on A-Roid

February 11, 2009

On Saturday, Sports Illustrated revealed that Yankees star Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids six years ago. In less time than it takes to finish reading the article, “A-Fraud” and “A-Roid” shirts were already for sale all over the internet. Cries of shock and horror echoed through the land from fans of the highest paid player in baseball, to those who live to despise him. The steroid stamp has been printed on A-Rod. Now let the public outrage unleash by letting this discussion push you through your end of football season blues.

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