Tuesday, August 25, 2009

The Bud Vs. The King

"It's strange, it's one man, it's Bud Selig. You know Bud, get a life."
Pete Rose
Sports Net Interview-http://www.sportsnet.ca/baseball/2008/02/06/rose_sportsnet_exclusive/

With that quote, he sealed his fate. He won't get in til the "Bud" leaves the Commissioners Office.

Selig's stench on the game is as strong as any Marijuana plant I've ever encountered.

Nine Time's out of Ten, Bud has harmed MLB then he has every helped it.

Aside from the Mid-90's Development of the Wildcard, there is not one thing this man has done to help the game.

Steroids, Player Strikes, Exaggerated Contracts and the All-Star game are all major blunders under his watch.

The Game is on the Map these days because of two chemically enhanced sluggers from 1998 who took it upon themselves to become the Premier show in the nation at a time John Elway, Michael Jordan, and Wayne Gretzky all were honing their skills in preseason.

Without them, the MLB is still 2nd fiddle.

Selig, Fix the HOF election's if you want the Hall to keep it's credibility as having the best and most influential of the game.

Bonds, who is a Modern Day Ruth should be in. Clemens, a modern Walter Johnson should be in. Mark McGwire, this generations Roger Maris should be in.

Maris had an *astericks* for over 40 years. I think it's time to expand it to the Hall as well.

Let Barry Bonds*, Roger Clemens* and Mark McGwire* have their day in cooperstown.

Just make sure there is an asteriks next to their name, as well as anyone else who is under question or having been proven to have caused the game harm.

Pete Rose* for 2013

Friday, August 14, 2009

Magic Johnson Turns 50 Today

......Announces Unofficially that he has found the cure for HIV.

Magic's Birth name is Ervin Magic Johnson. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_Johnson

Congratulations to the 3 time NBA MVP and All-Star, who is also a entrepreneur, developer, and and humanitarian.

The 13 Year Vet plans to announce the latest cure in a tell all book, titled "If you got money, you got it all".

Kanye West Released the following Press Release:
"You know the best medicine go to people thats paid,
If Magic Johnson got a cure for A.I.D.S.
And all the broke muthaf$%&*ers past away
You tellin me if my grandma was in the N.B.A.
Right now she'd be ok?"

Attempts to contact Magic Johnson for a Comment were left unanswered.

(this post is mostly in jest)

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Mike Vick is an Eagle

Book it.
Almost 99.999999% guarenteed.

EDIT: Confirmed

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Alex Rios Claimed Off Waivers

I'm going to reguratate alot of whats been said, but it's important to note.

Two things, word play isn't cool. Some Smart ass poster decided to call Jeremy Hermida by the flame worthy last name of "Her-Mierda" (Crap in spanish). This supposed Marlins "SuperFan" said Rio's needed to be claimed by the Marlins.

Fat Chance.

There is a better chance of me burning down the completed stadium in 2012 if this move does happen (Don't want him, or his massive contract playing in Miami blocking either Cody Ross, Chris Coghlin, or Cameron Maybin.)

With over 60 Million due to him through 2012, he's a likely bet to spell Melky Cabrera in New York, Gary Sheffield in CitiField, or even Alex Rios himself in Toronto.

One intriguing option is also the Chicago White Sox. They have expressed interest in the past, and could have the funds to take on such a salary.

Through Deductive Reasoning Buster Olney of ESPN has signaled out the White Sox as the claiming team. Basically stating they wanted him before and Dye is a possible FA this year.

Dye and Rios would be salary washes next year and Rios can be a super sub, playing 6 days a week at different positions to give Thome, Dye, Quinton, Posednick, and Konerko time off.

Not to mention he's 28 years old and only looks to play better in a new park/home. The White Sox like his upside.

Edit: Another Option, San Fransico could be the claiming team. Rios has been rumored to be moved there before, and since most GM have a preconceived notion of players they have missed out on, he can still be enamored.

Past deals have been rumored to include Tim "Freak" Lincecum and Matt Cain.

Now, it just might include a Minor Leaguer to be named later or a package of 10 bats.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Fantasy Football 101

I've played Fantasy Football since I was knee high to Shaq (16). One of the first things anyone asks another owner is "Who are you going after?".

To be honest, I always tell them a Running Back. I'm not foolish enough to name names, and I certainly won't let you pick my guy and hold him for ransom.

One reason or another, I always pick a Running back in the first 4 rounds. All four.

Reason being, if you have your Running backs set--everything else will fall in place.

There are the rare years Terrell Owens will find his way to me in Round 3---and in that case you take him.

Another oddity, I always end up with Brian Westbrook. I have no clue why. I'm not an Eagles fan, I'm not a Cowboy Hater, and I certainly am not a Westbrook fan. Face it though, he can play better then 20 other teams starting Running backs.

Over the next week, leading up to my draft, I'm going to try to keep a day by day position by position account of what to draft, and when to draft it. I'd like to see my readers (all 3 of you, not including the owner trying get my strategy) win. Winning breeds Mojo, Mojo Brings Good Cards--- We need more Mojo.

Here's the Deal.

I'm Lazy. I feel compelled to write, but have no clue what to write about.

From now on, if you stumble upon my ramblings, leave a comment as to what I should write about.

I'll be more then happy to oblige you with my opinion on everything from Cards to Kotex.