Monday, February 16, 2009

Good Old Fashioned Moral Values

Albert Pujols recently provided the following comments when asked for his thoughts on performance-enhancing drugs in baseball:

"I always say, [with] people saying things about me and think I'm doing crazy things, whatever is in the dark is going to come in the light," he said.
"I'm a big believer of that. It's in the Bible. I can fool all you guys but if I'm hiding something it's going to come to the light. That's it. God will show that. I told you guys already, I fear God too much for me to do any stupid things in this game. Not all the people think like that, and that's what's so sad."

Awesome. He fears God too much to do steroids. If only more baseball players feared God more, we wouldn't have this problem.

It's in the Bible.

9 comments:

Chris W said...

best tag ever

pnoles said...

Once again, CW beats me to the punch.

Eddie said...

AP representing the DR!!!!

Larry B said...

THIS POST IS NOT FUNNY ENOUGH. WHY ISN'T IT MORE FUNNY?

Jarrett said...

This post is too short for my standards. I was really hoping for something longer. Without using critical language, I think you guys all suck a whole lot of penis.

I miss Will.

Tonus said...

don-bob is no Ken Tremendous.

There, I said it.

Tonus said...

dan-bob, even. Sheesh, even the quality of the suck-up posts is going to hell.

stevekerr said...

Albert Pujols has the same trainer as Jason Grimsley. Coincidence?

Sopan said...

Serious question:
Before posting this, what was the thought process?

Did you guys think to yourselves...

"Hey! You know what we should do! We should take cheap shots at a player's reason for not wanting to steroids! That would be a hoot!"