Alex “Slime-Rod” Rodriguez, who again acknowledged his past “mistakes” involving performance-enhancing drugs, believes Barry Bonds and former New York Yankees teammate Roger Clemens deserve to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
“Of course I want them to get in, because that would mean that I have an opportunity to get in one day,” Rodriguez told ESPN’s First Take on Wednesday.
“Look, I pray every day I get a chance to get in,” Rodriguez said. “The Hall of Fame is the ultimate place. Praying, won’t help you, you urchin.
The only way to get these cheats is to keep them out of the hall. The beloved A-Roid will only get into The Hall by walking though its doors. EDB
A-Roid who turned 40 years old in July, shocked everyone last year by hitting 33 home runs, his highest total in eight years, after being forced to sit out the entire 2014 season due to his use of performance enhancing drugs. That brought his career home run total to 687, good for fourth on the all-time leader board. To catch Baroid Bonds, another upstanding cheat, A-roid would need to average 38 home runs in each of the next two seasons. That appears to be a long shot. The projection for 2016 is a .237 batting average and 23 homeruns.
Anne Wojcicki, above is the Roid’s latest squeeze. She is a Yale graduate, which shows that Ivy League schools do not graduate individuals that show good judgement. Annie is a lot richer than America’s Heartrob and Cheat, Slime-Roid. Wojcicki is 42 and won’t be around when Slime-Roid hunts a younger chick. Fomer Cheat, the now Beloved A-rod.