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Why did daddy take Steroids T?
Proud poppa Alex Rodriguez was snapped sharing a cute moment with his little one in Miami….A-Rod is currently auditioning step-moms for his children…No doubt, it will be an exhaustive search, filled with muscle bound blondes and butch babes. -TO
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Sure you are well aware that the New York Yankees are not playing in the 2011 World Series, as the team lost to the Detroit Tigers
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in the ALDS.
The Texas Rangers are playing for the franchise’s first WS Championship, for the second season in a row.
It is no secret that the Yankees don’t get any favors from anybody; even the most loyal of New...
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October 6, 2011 – It was the bottom of the ninth inning, and the Yankee stadium scoreboard read 3-2. With two out already posted, the fate of the season lied in the bat of baseball’s richest, three-time MVP New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez.
That was the calm before the storm in Game 5 of the ALDS, as Detroit Tigers Jose Valverde went on to strikeout...
When it comes to Alex Rodriguez, it should come as no surprise that the New York tabloids have more ways to slam him than there are ways to spell Moammar Gadhafi.
But, really, New York Post? It's one thing to take the stretch that Gadhafi's assassin was a New York Yankees fan just because he's wearing the type of generic N-Y hat you can find for sale in many cities...
Zing! That’s some Grade-A Alex Rodriguez Haterade right there. Well played. (Note: I elected to go with the “Khadafy” spelling of the former Libyan dictator’s name as that’s the way the Post spelled it as opposed to the way I usually spell it, the lesser-known of the many versions out there: “Glsidhtgjwfy.”) [image via]
The New York Post is known for its sensationalism, loud headlines and memorable front pages, so it wasn't surprising to see the newspaper take a shot at the city's highest paid baseball player in the wake of the death of Muammar Gadhafi. The man who claims to have gunned down the former Libyan leader was wearing a Yankees hat, a fact which prompted the Post to run the following...
First he was a stooge, now Alex Rodriguez finds himself on the New York Post Page Six cover involved in a Dictator incident. Must of been a lot of "HUZZAH!" in the media room late Thursday night.
The New York Post has a long history of memorable covers.
Friday's might not reach the absurdist perfection of "Headless Body in Topless Bar," but it is pretty darn good. Their shot of the Libyan man wearing a Yankee hat while brandishing Khaddafy's golden gun while trumpeting the fact that a Yankee fan might be responsible for taking out the dictator would be...