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Prince Fielder wasn't fueled by 'roid rage

Posted on: August 5, 2009 3:05 pm
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Right?

I mean, there's no way steroids are to blame for his absolute lack of decorum and composure and sanity? Is there?

Actually Prince Fielder ought to hope that some people blame his meltdown Tuesday night, when he tried to charge Dodgers pitcher Guillermo Mota 15 minutes after being hit by a pitch -- making the charge at Mota inside the Dodgers' clubhouse -- on something as basically simple as 'roid rage.

Because the other options are these:

1. Fielder is a raving lunatic.

2. The whole thing was a front, for show, for street cred.

None of the options is very good, which is why baseball needs to suspend Fielder and make it hurt. It's one thing to charge the pitcher on the mound during the game. That's bad, but it happens -- and more to the point, it is accepted in baseball. Whatever you think of it, and I happen to think it's punk posturing run amok, charging the mound is allowed.

Charging a clubhouse door is not.

Fielder can't get away with this. I don't care if it's been done before, by other players, in the past. It cannot be done now. And it cannot be done ever again in the future.

This is baseball. Not a bar brawl.

Fielder should pay. Ten games, maybe more.

And pee into a cup, son.

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Category: MLB
Comments

Since: Feb 1, 2009
Posted on: August 5, 2009 3:55 pm
 

Prince Fielder wasn't fueled by 'roid rage

The Brewers have been way out of control for the past several years. Every time someone gets brushed back, they seem to get way too incensed, yet, they are as vindictive as anyone.  Currently, Fielder has been the chief protagonist, although Braun was shooting off his mouth eralier this season.   I see a team of little character ... and was not surprised at all when they folded down the stretch last year.



Since: Jan 25, 2009
Posted on: August 5, 2009 3:49 pm
 

Prince Fielder wasn't fueled by 'roid rage

Maybe they should suspend you from writing idiot statements(without pay) for 10days(or more) and see how you like it. As ususal you are making a mountain out of a mole hill. So if players like Fielder never got mad and acted stupid what would you write about?  


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