Clemens, Bonds, Tejada named in Mitchell Report

Baltimore Orioles' Miguel Tejada follows through on a single against the Toronto Blue Jays during the fourth inning of a baseball game in Baltimore, in this Sept. 25, 2007 file photo..

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NEW YORK (AP) — Roger Clemens, Miguel Tejada and Andy Pettitte were named in the long-awaited Mitchell Report on Thursday, an All-Star roster linked to steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs that put a question mark — if not an asterisk — next to some of baseball’s biggest moments.

Not that most of this comes as a big shock, but these jackoffs tainted what is America’s game for personal glory and the greed for the allmighty dollar. If ANY of these guys make the Hall of Fame then Shooeless Joe and Pete Rose can’t be kept out either. I am a baseball purist and I will be following this story very closely.

Clemens, when he played in Boston was one of my very favorite players, I even gave him a pass when he went to the pinstriped pinheads because of all the BS that I percieved he was dealing with from the former owners and management. But he really let us down bigtime…..


3 thoughts on “DISGRACEFUL

  1. I mostly blame it on the greedy owners and ballclubs for not implementing an adequate drug program earlier on and looking the other way for the almighty dollar.

    The insiders all knew this was going on but it became an acceptable practice – if it hadn’t been for the books written by former MLB players describing in detail what was happening then Selig wouldn’t have done anything. Once the cat was out of the bag action finally had to be taken.

    GO TIGERS IN ’08!!!

  2. Steriods have tainted baseball and all other sports. It does come down to greed. It just stinks that you now have to do steriods to keep up with the competition. However, the steriods will probably come back to haunt them later on in life in different ways.

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