You Can’t Always Run From the Truth, Even If You’re a Roided-Up Sprinter: The Oscar Pistorius Story

February 20, 2013

Dubbed “Blade Runner” because of the carbon fiber racing blades he uses in place of the legs he doesn’t have, Oscar Pistorius was as successful as a sprinter as he is unsuccessful as a liar. Oscar-Pistorius

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2010: The Year of The Bad Call

October 7, 2010

There have been two dominating themes to the 2010 MLB season: pitching and blown calls. The divisional series playoffs started yesterday and embodied both sentiments immediately.

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How Jim Joyce Got Away with Baseball Murder

June 17, 2010

Whoever said “nice guys finish last” was really very wrong. By having a reputation is “one of the best”, combined with the MLB’s efforts to downplay the faults of their outdated systems, Jim Joyce is off-the-hook for what could be the worst call in the history of baseball.

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MLB Goes Against Tobacco, Continuing to Ignore the Real Drugs

April 15, 2010

Major League Baseball players have been chewing tobacco forever. But now, in the superficially politically correct health-conscious, but actually just really drunk society we live in, MLB and union officials want to ban tobacco in baseball.

If canned tuna is Chicken of the Sea, chewing tobacco is Habit of the Dugout

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Jose Canseco Injected Mark McGwire, Everyone

January 12, 2010

Mark McGwire admitted to using steroids during his career, which is equivalent to NBC admitting they have no idea how to manage a late night line-up. Just more stuff everybody already knew. Of course, the story couldn’t be out for long before Jose Canseco added his recollection of the times he injected every single player in baseball.

BFFs McGwire & Canseco in the Golden Age of Roid Rage

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Boston’s Beloved Busted

July 30, 2009

Manny Ramirez and David Ortiz are reported to be on “the list” of the Major League baseball players that tested positive for performance enhancing drugs is 2003.

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Putting the “Quirk” in Albuquerque

June 25, 2009

Finally, a AAA stimulus packages that New Mexicans can appreciate: Manny Ramirez!

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Sosa Retires, Waits for Hall of Fame Call

June 7, 2009

Sammy Sosa, who has not played since 2007, decided to cash in on some limelight by officially retiring from baseball unemployment.

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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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