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ortiz-ramirez2.jpgThey need to release all the players names that failed the Performance Enhancement Drugs test in 2003. Major League Baseball doesn't control the list and we know the players thought it was an anonymous test, but at this point as a player wouldn't you rather all the names be released instead of being scared that it could come out at anytime?

With David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez's name being released from the list recently, basically the top home run hitters from the past 5-6 years are on the list including, Alex Rodriguez. A-Rod came out after his name was released and "sort of" admitted that he used steroids. It was big news on ESPN and in the papers for a couple of days. Commentators went on and on about how it damages the game and what the kids will think. You know what the kids think? They think they like to see Big Papi, Manny and A-Rod hit long home runs.


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Why? Why? Why? Why? Why?

I hear it all the time and the question usually comes from a female.

Why do athletes pay for sex?

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I am minding my own business watching the tournament, sipping on some sweet tea and getting my Twitter on (Follow me for instant BSO updates when I get a text telling me I should check my email about a story on Alex Rodriguez.

Now I am thinking this is more steroid talk or maybe his cousin is getting a reality show (Love of Injecting on VH1), but no the New York Daily News is reporting that Alex was courting a "Madam". You heard me correctly they are claiming that ARod's "Pimp Focus" was former Manhattan Madam Kristin Davis. Here are some of the crazy details as well as a few more pictures for ummmmmmmm professional courtesy.


Let me make one thing clear I don't believe Alex Rodriguez at all. It was a good story that he told this afternoon, but in reality it was a lie. What it a 100% lie? You never can tell, but trust me you aren't getting the whole truth.

With that being said I beg you and the "bias mainstream media" to let it go. ARod cheated, but here is the thing the majority of baseball players cheated. This wasn't the exception this was the norm. It is 2009 this allegedly last happened in 2003 it is a dead issue to me and it should be a dead issue to you.

If I am the people handling Alex Rodriguez right now (and trust me he is being told exactly what to do) I would strongly suggest that he no longer speaks on the subject. If reporters ask him about it he should simply and politely say that he has said everything he is going to say on the topic.

I truly don't understand what the big deal is with Major League Baseball and steroids. Our good friend Mike Florio at points out how Patriots Special Team Ace Larry Izzo is going to be a witness at the Barry Bonds perjury trial and will admit receiving banned substances and absolutely no one cares about that.


Dear Arod,

First off fire your makeup artist ASAP. I understand you wanted to look bad and hurt on camera but looking like you have been in a tanning booth for 72 hours straight is not a good look for anyone. It is hard to take anyone seriously when they look like the Red Skull.


Beyond that I think you did a good job. Obviously your "crisis management" team seeing what happened to Mark McGwire, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens realized that a denial even a soft denial would hurt you more than help you, so they only thing you could was admit it.

With that being said it is still obvious to me you are lying, but I am not the person you are trying to convince am I? You wanted to convince the America people that you were just a stupid kid doing what everyone else was doing. For the most part I think you did that. Most people are sick and tired of talking about steroids so just by you admitting your guilt you automatically are going to have it better than Bonds and Clemens because there can't be a "witch hunt" after a confession.

You are probably thinking to yourself what do I do now? I think you should study the case of Kobe Bryant.


Count me among those who hopes Barry beats the rap. Not because I think he's innocent of steroid use or even innocent of perjury, but because of how the media tried the hardest to make him the face of steroids. Now I'm not saying they all got together and came up with the idea. But it's obvious over the years that so many of the tv guys, writers, and radio hosts gave it to Bonds with both barrels while holding their fire on everyone. It took a bad appearance in front of Congress for Mark McGwire to get any real heat, and Roger Clemens had to make a fool of himself in a 60 minutes interview for any real suspicion to come up. Bonds got it as soon as he went after the 70 home run record after ballooning up like the Michelin Man. Yes, it's obvious he was on the juice, but it was obvious with McGwire and Sosa as well. And Clemens late career resurgence screamed steroid (or HGH) use but nobody cared much.

Barry got tagged as the face of steroids not so much because of any actual use of them but because he was reportedly a jerk. To the media, to his teammates, and even some fans. OK, there's more than enough evidence over the years to come to that conclusion. And I'm sure that the fact he was about to break some serious records made the baseball media elite want to hurl. I also think that even if Bonds had been totally clean the media still would have hated on him. That's what you get when you get snippy with them. If Brett Favre treated the media like Bonds did we'd have read a zillion columns and articles about whether or not Favre should have been suspended being for being a pill popping drunk instead of the syrupy stuff we've been handed all these years.

Written By Robert Bonnette


I lost my faith in athletes about five minutes after Kobe Bryant told a bunch of reporters after his rape and cheating allegations surfaced:

"Come on guys you know me."

Obviously we didn't and as much as we like to think in the media that we understand athletes we truly don't. I have pointed out that 99.9% of athletes are lying and cheating in some capacity. That .01% that didn't use to be Doug Christie, but he has been replaced by Kurt Warner (even though he seems a little too perfect).

So no I wasn't surprised to hear that Alex Rodriguez may have been caught using steroids in 2003 even though he has denied using in the past and neither should you.

What you see on your TV screen is not a real person in regards to athletes. What you are seeing is an actor portraying a role. Some are a lot better than others, but they all are faking. To be honest the media prefers the actor to someone being real. Just think about it more athletes are persecuted when they are honest as oppose to knowing when to "say the right things".

Back to ARod here are the particular details of his alleged use of steroids back in 2003 as told by

Though MLB's drug policy has expressly prohibited the use of steroids without a valid prescription since 1991, there were no penalties for a positive test in 2003. The results of that year's survey testing of 1,198 players were meant to be anonymous under the agreement between the commissioner's office and the players association. Rodriguez's testing information was found, however, after federal agents, armed with search warrants, seized the '03 test results from Comprehensive Drug Testing, Inc., of Long Beach, Calif., one of two labs used by MLB in connection with that year's survey testing. The seizure took place in April 2004 as part of the government's investigation into 10 major league players linked to the BALCO scandal -- though Rodriguez himself has never been connected to BALCO.

The list of the 104 players whose urine samples tested positive is under seal in California. However, two sources familiar with the evidence that the government has gathered in its investigation of steroid use in baseball and two other sources with knowledge of the testing results have told Sports Illustrated that Rodriguez is one of the 104 players identified as having tested positive, in his case for testosterone and an anabolic steroid known by the brand name Primobolan. All four sources spoke on the condition of anonymity due to the sensitive nature of the evidence.

Primobolan, which is also known by the chemical name methenolone, is an injected or orally administered drug that is more expensive than most steroids. (A 12-week cycle can cost $500.) It improves strength and maintains lean muscle with minimal bulk development, according to steroid experts, and has relatively few side effects. Kirk Radomski, the former New York Mets clubhouse employee who in 2007 pleaded guilty to illegal distribution of steroids to numerous major league players, described in his recent book, Bases Loaded: The Inside Story of the Steroid Era in Baseball by the Central Figure in the Mitchell Report, how players increasingly turned to drugs such as Primobolan in 2003, in part to avoid detection in testing. Primobolan is detectable for a shorter period of time than the steroid previously favored by players, Deca-Durabolin. According to a search of FDA records, Primobolan is not an approved prescription drug in the United States, nor was it in 2003. (Testosterone can be taken legally with an appropriate medical prescription.)

What is this the Guitar Hero plague? First its David Cook and David Archuleta and then unforgettably Heidi Klum OTHER Guitar Hero Commercial. Yea yea I know! Not another commercial post but a girl has to show off her humorous side. Last time I checked a sense of humor is sexy in a woman or so I've been told *smile

This may be "Risky Business" but Kobe rocking it out in boxer shorts along with A-Rod and Phelps + Tony Hawk in a dufus helmet and toy drums on a skateboard= MAD funny! lmao I couldn't resist this one

Written by Qiana M

Yeah I have no words for this one


In light of the latest gossip scandal involving Alex Rodriguez and Madonna of all people, I have decided to come up with a manual for cheating athletes. I like to refer to it as:



As an athlete I can definitely understand why you would want to get married. You want to have some kids (not out of wedlock). You want someone you can confide in. You want someone you can be yourself around. You want someone who loves you for who you are and not what you are. Plus on top of that, it doesn't hurt to have a nice wholesome image for potential advertisers. As they say, getting married helps the "Q" rating.

But whomever you decide to marry, you better be sure she can handle the fact you are going to have many "side" women. Also, she better be able to handle the fact that women all over the country will be coming at you 24/7 365 days a year. Some women have the fantasy that if they marry an athlete he will be faithful. That is a recipe for disaster. So you may have to sit your lady down and explain to her that she is the main girl. Is that enough to make her happy? If not, you're going to have a lot of issues.


In the immortal of Kanye West: "WE WANT PRENUP".

This should be the simplest rule of all. You make millions of dollars while she works part time of at Payless. That doesn't add up to 50/50. Even if you're following these commandments, there is still a good shot that your wife will leave you (see: Michael Jordan). So you need to protect yourself legally. If she doesn't want to sign the prenup, that should be your first clue that she might not be the one you want to marry. Be fair in the prenup. Offer enough money for her to be comfortable and more importantly to keep her mouth shut after the divorce.


I like to call this the Shaq rule. Shaq follows the cheating code to a tee. However, the one part that has cost him is, when he found out his wife was cheating on him, he flipped out and filed for divorce not realizing that all the dirt he has done would come to light.

If you are going to have different women in all 50 states and be gone half the time don't be naïve enough to think your wife won't sleep with the pool boy, after sitting at home alone in a huge house taking care of a couple of kids and not getting any sex. Don't be naïve and think your wife won't go to a club and sleep with a random guy who looks like Usher and maybe do it in the club. Don't be naïve if a "George" is whispering sweet nothings in your wife's ear, talking about how she deserves better and ends up playing "Bed Gammon" with her. She doesn't want a divorce, but she does want attention so don't overreact when it happens if you want to keep the majority of your savings account.


Simply put, who would you rather have deciding where your funds go: you or a judge? Much better to pay now than later. So if your wife sees you on with four strippers in a hot tube popping bottles it is better to just give her the American Express card than to have her visit the lawyer's office the next day. Take the hit and move on.


I like to call these the "Kobe Bryant and Superhead Rules." Something about Colorado and girls named Katie just seems like a recipe for disaster. Actually, you should stay away from Colorado, Utah, Montana, North & South Dakota, West Virginia and any other place that has more mountains than Wal-Mart's. You should also stay clear of females named Katie, Nancy, Brit, Molly or any other name that sounds like they could have been an extra in Beverly Hills 90210.

Any woman that tells you that "writing" is her hobby should immediately be dismissed from your potential cheating list. The list thing you need is a scorned lover deciding the way she is going to pay off her student loans is by writing a tell-all book about how you like to dress up in a in a Batman costume before having sex.

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