In response to S5's comment:
In response to pinstripezac35's comment:
He made that statement in the way that's been accepted in baseball since baseball was invented
do you have any other examples of a player getting thrown at for off the field actions
Calling what he did an "off-field action" is disingenuious at best. While I'm willing to concede that he probably never injected himself while on the field, what he did was within the scope of the game of baseball. Do we now have to agree that anything that's done "off the field" is ignored within the realm of baseball, especially if it pertains TO baseball?
While to the best of my knowledge he never dropped trou and administered his "medication" on the field but that doesn't make it any less a baseball related offense. Do we want to assume that if he didn't do it in CF then it's ok?
speaking of disingenuious
not to acknowledge the difference between what arod did and
others who have been thrown at '' since baseball was invented ''
fits that bill
as far as the- yeah but it effects what's on the field- goes
67 already played that card and I redefined the question to
do you have any other examples of a player getting thrown at 4 taking peds
and it's been all crickets except for mr mojos' find
with the key word being
in·cred·i·ble adjective 1. so extraordinary as to seem impossible: incredible speed. 2. not credible; hard to believe; unbelievable: The plot of the book is incredible.
so do you have any other examples of a player getting thrown at 4 taking peds
till then how bout we hold off on anymore talk about this being something that has
been accepted in baseball since baseball was invented