Geez, Put Some Clothes On

February 16, 2009

What is it about doing steroids and taking your shirt off? Does the juice really overheat you or something? If you EVER see a ballplayer posing with his shirt off, a giant red flag should go up in your head. It’s pretty much a lock the guy is juicing. It’s just so wrong. Cases in point….

  

5 Responses to “Geez, Put Some Clothes On”

  1. sstoerck says:

    Brent, you are officially exonerated.

  2. Royce the Cherokee says:

    It’s ovious that the two guys in the last picture on the right are juicin’…carrots,celery,applles,kiwi,strawberries…Bret, Juiceman or Juiceman jr. ?

  3. Brent Mayne says:

    juiceman….you nailed it.

  4. Bill Lafferty says:

    I don’t remember ever seeing Ruth shirtless, and he was obviously on the juice. Albeit a different form of liquid and internalized by orafice only. I remember a great quote from the pure hitting, yet anatomically hindered John Kruk. “Lady, I’m not an athlete, I’m a baseball player”. The game is so much more mental than physical, I don’t understand why these people, getting paid so much to play a game in front of fans, feel they have to cheat themselves and ultimately the game I love. Hell’s bells you played 15 years, at a position normally dominated by size and power, with know how, persistance, and the appropriate “fun” attitude. Kudos to your Dad, and you.

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