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Archive for "Sep 09 2007"

Not on His Own Team, but A-Hole is as Damn Holy Mortal Lock for MVP as ANY Player Could Ever Possibly Be

There’s no way in hell it ain’t gonna happen. After yesterday, he has his name notched next to Ruth, Mantle (who he most likely will pass within the next two weeks eight days, max ) and Maris as single season Yankee HR kings (and considering just how retarded his hot streak has been all season long, I would not dare bet against him passing those other two, too).

He’s now hit more career HRs than any other third baseman, a record he already holds among shortstops.

Really, who the hell else could anyone vote for after this “magical” season shit?

SWEET BABY JEEBUS, HE HIT ANOTHER ONE WHILE I WAS PROOFING THIS!

Anyone who still thinks he’s gonna opt out is out of their ever-loving, motherfucking mind. A-hole (or as I like to call him, “Chi Chi Rodriqweez”), is Madison Avenue GOLD as long as he wears Pinstripes. He leaves, he’s a clean King Rhoid who will never hit Cooperstown with the impact he’d make having his plaque wearing a Yankee cap.

JJust ask Dave Winfield. “Pimary Team=Yankees” Cap=Padre. He may as well be dead.

You never would have made it, “Mr. May,” if you didn’t bump upside Da Bronx.

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