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Not So BIG Papi

May 31, 2009 by Theboinger · Leave a Comment 

David Ortiz Before The Redsox Taught Him To Use Steroids

David Ortiz Before The Redsox Taught Him To Use Steroids

Give me a break Peter Gammons! What do you mean no one knows what is wrong? How could you say Terry Francona has no clue? The Red Sox and Theo Epstein are uncertain how to handle this?

David Ortiz was and obviously is no longer a steroid user. In the wake of the Mitchell Report his batting average dropped nearly 100 points. I don’t want to hear about his ailing wrist and I don’t want to hear about Manny Ramirez being traded. The guy was user plain and simple. Anyone who does not see that is blind. All of the sudden he can no longer hit? Give me a break.

One thing we have learned from all this: those who protest the most are most likely guilty themselves. Anyone who spoke out against steroids after the Mitchell Report was released as did Ortiz can kiss my pale side. Including you Curt Schilling. Each and every player had an opportunity to speak out against this long before they were forced to admit what they did after having been caught and Ortiz is no exception.

Wake up everyone. Dont believe the hype and dont let the spin ESPN puts on it cloud your vision of the truth.


Boston Red Sox – Can they do it again?

October 16, 2008 by MarkM · 1 Comment 

David Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox

David Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox

Tonight the Boston Red Sox escaped elimination, once again. This is becoming something that they seem to do quite often. My big question is do they have enough gas in the tank to survive two more games? David Ortiz only had 1 hit in the entire game, but he made sure it counted, jacking a Home run with 2 men on and 2 outs in the 7th. JD Drew was the hero of the day, however, with his own two run homer and game winning single in the 9th. It seriously felt like a miracle win. I still can’t believe they won, really I can’t. Boston rallied back from a 0-7 deficit to win this game. It makes you feel like anything is possible and with the Sox you just never can tell. Maybe the Fire, helped the team. (yeah right) But never the less I can see this series going either way. Honestly, with the Sox winning this game tonight they will have a lot of momentum going into the next game and I believe that Boston will win this series.