You're right, it is absolutely amazing company. It is just a shame that players like Canseco (so he says) brought steroids into the game at all. If is wasn't for that jerkoff, none of us would question the abilities of raw superstar talent like Pujols (assuming that he is not on the juice himself). I wish him well nonetheless, he's not an asshol* like Barry and at least treats the fans and media with respect. The last time I checked, the fans are what this game is supposed to entertain. Long live baseball.
posted by kmblives at 12:54 AM on June 05
I agree. I was born and raised a Kings fan. Though Adelman never seemed to get over the hump, the second half turnaround this year showed the talent the Kings could have had in the future with Artest and Adelman working together. The problem with bringing in a new coach is the risk one takes with Artest. If Artest doesn't get along with the coach, your up shi* creek without a paddle. It's too bad the Maloofs don't see it the same way. Hopefully I will eat my words and all will go well.
posted by kmblives at 12:04 AM on June 03
Barry Bonds is a product of the steroid generation, with the addition of one of the best swings to ever play the game. Couple the two, you get 73 HR's in one season, and an increase in an ability that should have declined long ago. Without the steriods, Barry Bonds gets no where near 715. However, unless Bonds is found guily of perjury (if he's even tried) his record will, sadly, have no asterick. Personally, I think his lousy personality is enough to earn him one. I am a product of the bay area, and I have no love for Barry Bonds. He is as narcissistic and selfish a person can be. It's a shame he had to be the one to pass Ruth. Go Pujols!!! Please stay healthy and catch that bastard.
posted by kmblives at 10:58 AM on May 29
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