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Tuesday, September 12, 2006

"The Beauty Contest Of Baseball Writers"

It's called the MVP Award &, as far as I'm concerned, it's more for he who gets the most-commercial endorsements, as a product spokesman:

Alex(Pepsi Mc Bluelips)Rodriguez, is a sheer stats-padder, especially when the Yankees are way down, or way up, as he, rarely hit in key situations, but he sure could be a great Pepsi Route Driver;

Derek Jeter has a cologne, called "Driven" on the market. Are the Writers looking at who's in front of him or behind him?

David Ortiz & Jermaine Dye, have none of those endorsements & neither does Joe Mauer;

So, who'll be "Poster Boy", This Season?


Blogger Katiee said...

honestly I think that as much as Jeter gets considered Manny should be considered aswell but he won't be because he's Manny

11:16 PM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

I know, Katiee:

& Manny's knee may require surgery;

As I said before, this is NOT how valuable you are to your team;

It's how valuable you are to the sponsors;

& I do NOT drink Pepsi, because of A-Rod.

12:39 AM  
Blogger Suldog said...

To anyone who has watched the Red Sox over the past four years, there's little doubt who deserves the award. He won't get it again this year because of their horrendous and sudden collapse. Truly a shame.

10:34 AM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...


I have followed this & found that anyone with a Major Endorsement, like Pepsi Mc Bluelips Rodriguez, or "Driven" Mc Jeter, is glorified above & beyond what they're really worth;

It's as if "FOX Saturday Baseball", a program which pushes drivel, in the form of Tim Mc Carver & Joe Buck, has a sense of influencing voters;

In case the writers missed a key play in this year's All Star Game, David did save an errant throw from A-Rod.

10:43 AM  
Blogger Peter N said...

Right now, Jeter deserves it. But it's close enough so that a 2 and a half week torrid streak might tip it in our Papi's favor. I'm just being realistic...don't hate me!!!!

11:54 AM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

Not @ all, Peter:

It's been reported that the exaggerators of this story, are based @ The NY Post, an outfit owned by News Corp, owner of the FOX Network;

Premiering after the "World Series On FOX", "Fort Martina", where a group of NYPD Cops patrol the NYC Tennis Courts in search of Romance.

2:11 PM  
Blogger kaylee said...

where was the offense?

10:06 PM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

What Offense, Kaylee?

12:11 AM  

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