There’s No Crying in Baseball

9 Jan

This Just In: The Baseball Writers’ Association of America did not vote anyone into the Baseball Hall of Fame today, taking an obvious stand against steroid and drug use in the game of baseball, while making a stand for morality and fair play everywhere!

However, despite the popular saying, potential Hall of Fame candidates, baseball owners and even the writers themselves were later seen crying…on their way to the bank.

4 Responses to “There’s No Crying in Baseball”

  1. jeangarrell January 9, 2013 at 8:58 pm #

    I Really liked this because someone had to finally take a stand.

  2. elroyjones January 11, 2013 at 12:47 am #


  3. alesiablogs January 11, 2013 at 7:42 am #

    Maybe we should just think about setting up a hall of fame for our tee ballers and scrap the big leagues all together.

  4. Michele January 23, 2013 at 6:19 pm #

    It’s truly a shame that baseball has been tainted with the use of steroids, but at the same time is it not completely understandable? Look at what Arod makes a year? Holy shit! Who doesn’t want that paycheck. This is what drives these players to make bad decisions. Greed, prestige… Arod had a terrible year, too. I can imagine his ego has been hit hard. I wouldn’t be surprised to hear that in spite of his natural talents and abilities he’s using steroids to stay on top of the game. A game where hitting 30 years of age makes you OLD. The pressure from fans and the franchise must be a nightmare. I really could talk all day about baseball and steroids where poor Roger Clemens stands as the scapegoat fuck up of baseball because he lied on the stand… Oh, don’t even get me started. Barry Bonds, oh and Pete Rose another shining example of the unfairness in baseball.

    I think it’s good that they took a stand, but I think this is something that is going to be a bleep in baseball history that we are all going to have to forget and forgive. Regulate it, test the players and let it go. We can not know who and who wasn’t using performance enhancing drugs before it was being regulated. We only know about the players that got caught. Anyway, I can’t wait for baseball season. I’m disappointed in Torii for his remarks. He’s one of my favorite players. :(

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