Wednesday, January 30, 2013


...I actually watched some of the Media Day at the Super Bowl. I stopped after one reporter asked one of the 49ers what was the color of his pet dog's favorite toy, and I was interested in the answer.  ...........Okay, it was blue.

## This is the definition of a dynasty. Buster Olney listed his all-time Top Ten lineups, and four of them were Yankee teams. Top Ten all-time teams - 3 of the top four were Yankees.
If he were to name the Top Ten dopers, there could be two Yankees in that category, too - A-Rod & Jason Giambi.

## Speaking of PED usage (and I wish I didn't have to), a former employee of Biogenesis of America,  has leaked some interesting names of athletes that were customers.
Melky Cabrera
Manny Ramirez
Nelson Cruz
Gio Gonzales
Bartolo Colon
Of course, the big name here is Alex Rodriquez. He admitted using PEDs while in Texas, but claims he's been clean since. Now there is this rumor that he started again in 2009, coincidentally, his last "big" year. Of course, everybody is denying it. A-Rod says he didn't (thru his lawyer and publicity team), Cruz is denying it, Gio Gonzales is denying it, even the president of Biogenesis, Anthony Bosch, is denying it. But then there is this former secretary to Bosch, who says, "He sold HGH and steroids," the person said, according to the New Times. "Everyone who worked there knew that was what our business was."

## Not wanting to be left out, there are rumors galore at the Super Bowl party. too. That bastion of good citizenship, Ray Lewis, has been linked to PEDs, too. In his case, it's Deer Antler Spray. Deer antler spray? Really? What does that do? It sounds like it would just make you "horny." Okay, that was uncalled for, especially since athletes do not appear to need artificial help in that area. 

Why don't they just give up and start calling it "Pfizer's Major League Baseball," and name Dr. Jorge Puente, president of Pfizer, as  the commissioner. Everybody would be on the same steroid and the playing field would be level again.

Nobody listens to me.

"The women's champion has been decided at the Australian Open. Victoria Azarenka beat Li Na eight syllables to two."  -- RJ Currie
"Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis vehemently denied an SI report that he used a banned deer-antler spray to speed his recovery from a torn triceps. Although, he had to admit, it's getting tougher and tougher by the day to get his helmet on."  -- Dwight Perry
""30-second Pro Bowl ad space selling for upwards of 47 dollars."  --
  [By the way, a 30-second ad at this years Super Bowl costs $3.8 million]
"Police were called to a Toronto-area hotel Sunday after eight figure skaters — in town for the Canadian championships — got into a fight.  For want of a penalty box, each got five minutes in the kiss-and-cry room."  -- Dwight Perry
"In the NFL Pro Bowl, the NFC routed the AFC 62-35. The MVP was the one guy still watching on TV at the end."  -- Brad Dickson
" Ex-Oakland QB JeMarcus Russell says he wants to make a comeback. He’s currently a svelte 302 lbs. Does he want to play football or star in a Chunky Soup ad?"  -- TC Chong
 "AJ McCarron's girlfriend is covering the Super Bowl for “Inside Edition.” Considering how many people go to “Inside Edition” for their Super Bowl news, they may as well hire Manti Te'o's girlfriend." -- Brad Dickson
"So does Beyonce have her Super Bowl recording ready yet?"  -- Janice Hough
"Prince Harry said he let himself down at his infamous Las Vegas strip party. I'm thinking the bigger problem was letting his pants down."  -- Cam Hutchinson
"Icy cold temperatures are still blanketing the Northeast. But back in Southern California the only serious frost remaining is between Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard."  -- Janice Hough



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