CaolinaJoe

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About CaolinaJoe

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    I could go left or right, but prefer the middle.
  • Birthday 08/15/1967

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    Charlotte, North Caolina
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    All things sports, any sport.

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  1. Prep Sports Thread 2009

    Maybe you should try this in the Sports Area? You'd probably get much better responce.
  2. MLB Traditions

    Losing.
  3. A Fraud caught Juicing in 2003

    Ty Cobb never committed a crime for the purposes of improving his ability to perform on the field, then amplify the issue by committing a felony (i.e., perjury) when asked about it. Again I will point out that Juan Marichal did commit a crime on the field but he's still in the Hall of Fame. He may not have been charged but his actions in clubbing Johnny Roseboro with a bat were criminal. Should he not be there either? If you're going to keep Bonds out then Marichal should be booted too. How many home runs did that 'clubbing' add to Marichal's statistics? How many stolen bases did he get off of that incident? How high did his career batting average go up because of it? Of course we all know the answer to that. Um, Marichal was a pitcher. I know he was a pitcher....but the incident was with a bat. Yeah, but he still used his arm to swing it. And by that logic, how was Bonds medical practice enhanced. He used a needle. Editted for purpose of insertion of smiley face. Some people can get carried away around here.
  4. A Fraud caught Juicing in 2003

    Difference between Bonds, Clemens, Palmeiro, Sosa, McGwire and Arod is Arod still has 10 years to play. This will all be forgotten by then, the ERA put into context and 3 or 4 of those others will have already been inducted.
  5. A Fraud caught Juicing in 2003

    Ty Cobb never committed a crime for the purposes of improving his ability to perform on the field, then amplify the issue by committing a felony (i.e., perjury) when asked about it. Again I will point out that Juan Marichal did commit a crime on the field but he's still in the Hall of Fame. He may not have been charged but his actions in clubbing Johnny Roseboro with a bat were criminal. Should he not be there either? If you're going to keep Bonds out then Marichal should be booted too. How many home runs did that 'clubbing' add to Marichal's statistics? How many stolen bases did he get off of that incident? How high did his career batting average go up because of it? Of course we all know the answer to that. Um, Marichal was a pitcher.
  6. Brian Billick Fired

    I hope none. He has the personality of a dry washcloth, he doesn't even rate wet.
  7. Brian Billick Fired

    I can't say that anything in sports has me happier this year then clicking onto the Baltimore Sun and seeing this: I have truly disliked Billick since about his second season. This has bee a long time coming. Good Riddance "Genius".
  8. Former Penn St. DL charged with murder

    Nice to see Maryland exporting murder now, at least this won't get chalked up to Baltimore. He must've been in good shape. I'm guessing 93 stabbs is gonna take a little out of you.
  9. Miami Dolphins

    So in your professional opinion, who are the qualified non-white coaches?
  10. Benny Parsons passes on

    First Bobby Hamilton, now Benny Parsons. I have a bad feeling about this upcoming NASCAR season.
  11. Sean Salisbury VS John Clayton

    Come on, who doesn't have one of those pictures on their cell phone?
  12. Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot 2007

    Umm, he makes like $19 million a year and they are always in playoff/World Series contention.
  13. Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot 2007

    Why punish Gwynn and Ripken because of McGwire's stupidity? Give me a freaking break. Blaming that on McGwire? That's stupid. McGwire isn't even proven to have taken steriods and you're blaming the entire era on him? And don't for a second tell me it's not legitimate to wonder if Ripken took steroids. Steroids help the body recover, and Ripken's body recovered game after game after game... I certainly don't think Ripken took them. More than likely the steroids long term effect of breaking the body down would have set in on Ripken before his streak would have reached what it did. But he could have taken them. Remember, steroids aren't about size and power. The majority of players who have tested positive for steroids haven't had those traits. And McGwire was considered just as classy and just as much of a good guy as Ripken until this steroid witch hunt condemned him. I think it stupid keeping anyone out over simple suspiscion, but I at least respect the fact that this writer is willing to be consistant. Anyone could have taken them, so if you're not ready to let a home run hitter in who might have taken them, then don't let anyone in. OK, come clean STL FANATC. You are Mark McGwire, aren't you?
  14. Not Enough Black Coaches

    Outside of racism, what other reasons constitute your "myriad"?
  15. Nick Saban goes to Bama

    When you pass the $100,000 that the FDIC will insure at the bank.