Skorp, it's cute how you imply that the TOR catcher deliberately injured Jeter on Opening Day last year. That's just one of the risks you take sliding in headfirst.
In the context of baseball, the use of drugs hurts only the player. In the context of baseball, the use of alcohol hurts only the player. In the context of baseball, womanizing hurts whom? Maybe the wife of the player? In the context of baseball, felonies are crimes against society, not against baseball. In the context of baseball, gambling is the only crime against baseball.
Gambling, in the context of baseball, is a capital offense and Rose has richly earned-- hell, he agreed to-- his death sentence. Let him hang.
Bob Kohm, co-owner of Rotojunkies.com (rotojunkies.com) , and a large market kind of guy.
(It's an article about his injury, and the guy he collided with, catcher Ken Huckaby. Worth a read, it's brief).
Originally posted by ScottieKStonesIf you can stomach having a Yankee on your team - and I, personally, cannot - then by all means, get Jeter.
Nor I. I applaud your integrity, Mr. Stones. One of my fantasy leagues is composed entirely of friends, Red Sox fans all, and I just have to shake my head at the man that would draft Gary Sheffield. Is fantasy baseball production worth the price of having to root for the Yankees? I'll hang on to my soul, thank you; what are you going to say to Saint Peter at the pearly gates when he asks why you were cheering for New York to succeed?
I wouldn't touch Sweeney with a 10 foot pole...he is already having lower back issues AGAIN, that injury will never heal (his back is obviously chronic)
"I'm not that big, but I'm fast, I'm pretty sure I can outrun the whole Dallas Cowboys team." --high school senior RB (and possible future Boomer Sooner) Adrian Peterson on his thoughts on his chances in the NFL
Am I the only person who hope this kid signs into the NFL and Roy Williams and Parcells get to let that comment stew for the next 7 months?
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/baseball/2010-09-08-twins-royals-thome_N.htm -------------------------------------------------- "Just seconds after the White Sox score flashed final, he went deep in the sixth inning on a 3-2 count to make it 10-2.