Coming Out of Left Field

Friday, March 11, 2005

Red Sox quote of the day

"If Snickers are considered illegal, he may be on them."

Red Sox manager Terry Francona, speaking about pitcher Curt Schilling, who was one of seven baseball players subpoenaed to testify before Congress about steroid use. At least six Red Sox players were tested for steroids yesterday as part of MLB's more stringent testing policy.

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I still find it extremely amusing that Barry Bonds wasn't subpoenaed because they "didn't want to take away from the other players subpoenaed with all the questions that supposedly would be directed at him." What the hell? Wouldn't that fall under the word selective?

I know -- it just boggles the mind, doesn't it?

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