A Rod Tested Positive for Steriods in '03

The substance McGwire was accused of using, Andro, was really just a cover for what he was really using. He wanted to claim that Andro did all of the work (becasue it was legal) so people would be less likely to accuse him of using steroids.

But it was already pretty well believed that McGwire was on the juice when he came to St. Louis. No one would have bet money that he wasn't. I saw the Cardinal fans just choose to look the other way while McGwire was bashing away.

My daughter was so sad the day he retired, and she was just in pre-school. When i explained to her that he wanted to spend time with his son, she hatched a plan that would brin McGwire back to the cardinals after a year playing with his son. He could have have Tino Martinez baby sit his kid.

So it was kind of shock for her when she stared hearng all of the negative stuff about McGwire cheating. I just explained to her what happened, and reminded her how much people oved McGwire, but now, because he cheated, they would not like him for a much longer time than the short period of time he was a hero. I don't view athletes as role models. They are examples we can use. What better way to illustrate why cheating is such a bad thing in the long run?

SwampYankee wrote:
Rat Boy wrote:

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Once again, the best parts are the posts underneath. You were beaten to the Oompa Loompah referrence by a poster. Hilarious.

A-Rod played it as best he could have. If he truly only used them in Texas it doesn't really diminish my respect for his talents to be honest.

He could give George Hamilton a run for Tan-King too!

If he was still married, he might qualify for "Hot Chicks with Douchebags."

A popped collar would have put him over the top!

From The Onion:

MIAMI—Alex "f*ck-Rod" Rodriguez, who has been given many unflattering nicknames by the press during the course of an eventful and turbulent career, found himself wondering what unflattering sobriquet he would be awarded for lying about his steroid use. "I really didn't like being called 'A-Fraud' by my teammates," Stupid-Goddamned-Son-of-a-Bitch-Rod told sources Wednesday. "That was hurtful, and reading it in Joe Torre's book was a real letdown." As of press time, Lying-Prick-Rod was unavailable for comment, as he was busy falsely accusing Sports Illustrated reporter Selena Roberts of trying to break into the Coral Gables mansion in which Complete-and-Total-Sack-of-Flaming-f*cking-sh*t-with-Tiny-Shriveled-Balls-Rod currently resides

Arod is a douche. He refused to autograph some stuff for an autistic little kid in front of his mom and all the other employees at the interior design company he hired to work on his mansion. Just classy.

Edwin wrote:

Arod is a douche. He refused to autograph some stuff for an autistic little kid in front of his mom and all the other employees at the interior design company he hired to work on his mansion. Just classy.

Didn't know that. If thats true I now hate his guts.