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More Ridiculous Statistics

1). Johan Santana has given up less than 2 earned runs in his last 12 starts.  Okay, this is absurd.  The best pitcher on the planet is just ridiculous.  Granted he doesn’t throw complete games, but still imagine knowing that … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Top Twelve – Steroids

Top Ten lists are trendy.  I hate trendy.  Top Twelve lists are not trendy.  I like Top Twelve lists.  I really like ordering things because, among other things, it can really lead to some interesting debates.  So, I’m going to … Continue reading

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A Final Word on Steroids in MLB

So, we had yet another steroids “bombshell” hit the sports news world yesterday, when it came out that Alex Rodriguez tested positive in 2003.  My first reaction: Great, now I have to hear about this for the next six months … Continue reading

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Cimorelli’s Question of the Day

Does the whole Clemens/Pettitte fiasco make future major leaguers more or less likely to use steroids?

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Move Over, Colonel Jessup

Clemens: You want answers? Congressman: I think I’m entitled to them. Clemens: You want answers? Congressman: I want the truth! Clemens: You can’t handle the truth! Son, we live in a world that has baseballs. And those balls have to … Continue reading

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Why Do We NOT Believe Roger Clemens?

A couple weeks ago I wondered why we believed Andy Pettitte and his story of brief, injury-driven steroid use.  At the time, it seemed like the public was somewhat okay with Pettitte’s explanation and sort of gave him a pass.  (NOTE: … Continue reading

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Why Do We Believe Andy Pettitte?

Honestly, I have no idea. What would you do if you were Andy Pettitte?  You just signed a major contract to come back for one more year before retiring as one of the most successful pitchers of your generation.  But, … Continue reading

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The Mitchell Report: The Names

Here is a list of who was named in the Mitchell Report: Chad Allen, Rick Ankiel, David Bell, Mike Bell, Marvin Benard, Gary Bennett Jr, Larry Bigbie, Barry Bonds, Kevin Brown, Paul Byrd, Ken Caminiti, Jose Canseco, Mark Carreon, Jason Christiansen, Howie … Continue reading

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The Mitchell Report: Pre-Game Show

Well, here we are at the dawn of baseball history.  The Mitchell Report goes public in about 2 hours, marking probably one of the top three most significantly negative off-the-field events in the 125+ years of professional baseball (the 1919 Black Sox and the … Continue reading

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