If they continue to crank them out in Pac Bell, the park where the fewest hrs were hit this season, then I'll be suspicious right now.
And Taco Bell has brought back their floating target. For the uniniated, there will be a target floating in McCovey Cove. If someone hits it (I'm looking at you, Barry), "everyone in America will get a taco."
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Originally posted by odessasteps And Taco Bell has brought back their floating target. For the uniniated, there will be a target floating in McCovey Cove. If someone hits it (I'm looking at you, Barry), "everyone in America will get a taco."
How would that work,really? I don't think there is anyway to get a fresh taco to everyone,they be uneatable by then.
Or maybe they'll just send everyone gift certificates.
Does this look like a man who would dry hump a mannequin?
If the balls are juiced it only gives baseball another black eye.
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Personally speaking, I don't mind it too offensive (whoa, bad pun) if the balls are juiced. As dMp said, if they're juiced, everyone gets the same advantage; hence, nobody gets one. Say what you will about Bonds, but they're not pitching to him much anyway.
That being said, Converse Selig Theory says that they are (since he said they're not).
This case is a little bit different for a few reasons. - The wait time between the explosion of the investigation and the indictment was significantly shorter in the Vick case (approximately four months, versus four years in Bonds' case).