I'm curious what Cub fans think about Castro and Rizzo. Are they still on track to be star caliber players, or has the league caught up to their weaknesses and they are looking more like average-plus players. I know they both signed long term contract this past year.
They did sign long term contracts, but the contracts were very team friendly for both meaning if they don't develop into all-stars they aren't incredibly over paid and they also become easier to move should the Cubs wish to.
Also, there is absolutely no proof whatsoever (other than accusations) that Pujols used any PED's. If you want to believe it, then that is your right to believe it. But I choose not to believe it because I don't have any reason to believe it. That is all I will say on this subject.
Speaking of no proof...
It's the milk, I swear! This is the Cardinal who pleaded the 5th, and was "innocent" until he admitted it 5 years later. And then LaRussa hired this admitted user to be hitting coach!
And now this guy. Are you really going to believe him because he brings up his religion when asked about steroid use? I mean, people NEVER hide behind religion.
Trolling also doesn't work when you use McGwire as "proof". McGwire used steroids. As for the subject of Pujols using PED's: I already stated my opinion. And I said that is all I will say. Anything you say is not going to change that, so why do I need to restate it?
Last edited by HoopsTournament; 08-11-2013 at 05:32 PM.
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