I guess I can't change the way anyone thinks out there, but I can give my feelings. As far as Bonds and all the other drug users in baseball go, I never liked the idea, especially since their inflated numbers keep some deserving players from the past out of the Hall of Fame. It really hit home, however, when Clemens name came up. I'm a lifelong Red Sox fan. When Roger first came on the scene when I was 17, I'd never seen anything like him before. He was a genuine phenom. He was every young New Englanders hero. When he left, I was crushed. Business is business though and I had to move on. It never even occured to me that Roger was on the juice. How could the greatest pitcher in Red Sox history, possibly baseball history, be a cheater. I can't look at him the same way anymore. I'm still heartbroken, just like a lot of Bond's fans I'm sure. There's more to this game to me than just stats, It's a piece of my heart and my soul. I've played, watched and breathed baseball all my life. Maybe a lot of you out there don't mind that our great american pastime is cheapened by the likes of Bonds or Clemens or any of the other fools out there looking for a giant payday, but I do. Collusion? I hope so!
posted by caffdman at 11:11 PM on March 18
You can't have football without a foot, and Ray Guy had the best. What a joke!
posted by caffdman at 11:50 AM on February 03
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