Why I don’t care who took steroids

Hey people who still check TedQuarters! This thing I wrote about Mike Piazza and the Hall of Fame and everything might appeal to you. Also, know that the Grilled Stuffed Nacho is overrated. Noble effort by Taco Bell to mold Taco Bell stuff into a new shape, but there’s no good reason for it to be that shape. Stick with the Beefy Nacho Griller, which is cheaper and features basically the same ingredients but better distributed. XOXOXO, Ted.

For The Win

I worked as a vendor at Shea Stadium in the summer of 2000. I stunk at it. Earning only commission but living comfortably in my parents’ house, I lacked the motivation to haul hot dogs up the endless stairs of the upper deck with the briskness that would make me real money. Mostly, I just wanted a free ticket to watch Mike Piazza hit four times a night.

During batting practice that season, women lined up near the Mets’ dugout and held signs offering the Mets’ catcher their hands in marriage. Fans of all ages jockeyed for the chance to call out his name as he jogged by, and cheered when he acknowledged them with a tip of the hat.

In short: He was the man. The real King of Queens, Kevin James be damned.

Luckily for me, no one ever wanted to buy soda when Mike Piazza approached the…

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4 thoughts on “Why I don’t care who took steroids

  1. Next year not looking good either. But I am thinking once biggio gets in next year it’ll open the door for 2016. And really? Craig biggio? If you think about him and piazza, I would never imagine biggio being better or more deserving..smh

  2. I could not care less about who did or didn’t do steroids. Baseball and fans need to just except that the ‘era’ happened and look at everything in that context. Yes Barry Bonds did roids, but even in the context of the steroid era, what he did was still amazing. Same with Clemens, Manny, McGwire etc. They should all be in the hall of fame. Also I will be expecting a post soon about Val Pascucci being named Savannah hitting coach.

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