Friday, February 12, 2016


Jennry Mejia of the New York Mets made major league history and didn't even have to
throw a pitch to get a piece of baseball immortality.

The right-handed pitcher was the first player in the history of the game to be permanently
banned from ever playing in the big leagues again. Friday, Mejia tested positive for a banned
PED for a third time, knocking him out of the game.


My goodness, he's either the dumbest guy in the history of the game or his supplier
just flat out fooled him.

I mean, Alex Rodriquez has taken just about every PED known to man and he
never tested positive for them when it counted. A-Rod got banned because he left a
paper trail in the biogenesis case.

Mejia was caught using the steroid, Boldenone,  while still serving a 162-game suspension
he earned last July 29 for failing a second test. That came just a few weeks after finishing
an 80-game recess from a first failed test.


With two strikes against him, Mejia HAD to know he was a marked man, right?

If you know everybody in the game is watching you, wouldn't you watch every single
thing you were putting in your body? Hey, Doc, does this Flinstone chewable have
a banned substance in it? No? All righty then, give me a glass of juice to wash it down.

I know there is a lot of money to be made in the game, but why take the chance of
ruining your reputation forever? Did you really have to throw 98-miles-an-hour instead
of 94?

This is insane!

Even Manny Ramirez and Rafael Palmeiro, two stone-cold lock Hall of Famers who
got busted for PED's are probably shaking their heads and laughing their asses off.

Not even they would be that stupid.

I would've just like to have seen the face of Mejia when informed by MLB that his
career was over. "No, way! It wasn't me. Miguel Tejada gave me a B-12 shot and
it must've had a PED in it! It's not my fault, blame him, " is likely to have been his

Oh, I'm sure he'll put out a release Friday saying that he took something over-the-counter
and it just must've had a banned PED in it!

Wow. Spring training hasn't even started yet and Major League Baseball gets this? Man,
it could have all the makings for a memorable season.

Jennry Mejia. The man with the million dollar arm and 10-cent head.

You're outta here!

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