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The Cavalry say no to Canseco

By johnboy - 23 January 2013 21

In a headline I never dreamed I’d write NineMsn have a story on baseball legend Jose Canseco’s flirtation with playing baseball in Canberra and the home team’s rejection of the advance.

We’re talking about a man who had a role in The Simpsons FFS!

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The Cavalry say no to Canseco
1
pezza 8:25 am
24 Jan 13
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Too bad it wasn’t Darryl Strawberry.

“Darryl, Darryl…”

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teddyhb 8:29 am
24 Jan 13
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Having been on The Simpsons doesnt stop him from being a drug cheat. Are drug cheats are the kind of people you want representing Canberra?

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mezza76 8:41 am
24 Jan 13
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Agree with teddyhb. He was past it 10 years ago when he was on HGH. Having a bona fide drugs cheat as a way of getting publicity is not a good look for Australian Baseball. I’d rather Australia set itself up as a winter ball league destination and look to get some of the up and coming rookies.

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chewy14 8:45 am
24 Jan 13
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teddyhb said :

Having been on The Simpsons doesnt stop him from being a drug cheat. Are drug cheats are the kind of people you want representing Canberra?

Yes, yes we are.

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Chop71 10:21 am
24 Jan 13
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Shane Warne?

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frontrow 10:31 am
24 Jan 13
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Chop71 said :

Shane Warne?

Jose is 48 years old and been retired for more than a decade. A better comparison would be Ian Healy.

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johnboy 10:31 am
24 Jan 13
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Bit unfair to heals!

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Chop71 10:41 am
24 Jan 13
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johnboy said :

Bit unfair to heals!

totally unfair to heals.

Warnie want’s the beach, casino etc has a book and over rates himself like Canseco
Just give him 10 years and he will be wanting cage fights, saying baseball is easy etc.

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chewy14 11:19 am
24 Jan 13
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frontrow said :

Chop71 said :

Shane Warne?

Jose is 48 years old and been retired for more than a decade. A better comparison would be Ian Healy.

Retired from the Major League but still playing. Baseball players often play well into their 40’s and no offence to the ABL, but it ain’t the majors.

I think Ian Healy would still be a handy grade cricketer too.

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Holden Caulfield 11:24 am
24 Jan 13
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Get Keith Hernandez!

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mezza76 11:52 am
24 Jan 13
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chewy14 said :

frontrow said :

Chop71 said :

Shane Warne?

Jose is 48 years old and been retired for more than a decade. A better comparison would be Ian Healy.

Retired from the Major League but still playing. Baseball players often play well into their 40’s and no offence to the ABL, but it ain’t the majors.

Players from the steriod era played well into their 40s which was more of a rare occurance from other eras when the rigours of the game diminished their production. Canseco is a serial drug offender – spending time in jail in 2003 for steriod use. He is the poster boy of what a disaster the steriod era was for MLB and the Australian league would do well to run a mile from it (indeed, MLB now owns the Australian league and im sure would be none too plussed should some of the old steriod war horses be picked up down here less they gain further publicity).

Oh and he’s batting 194/310/250 in 84 plate appearances. I’d bet Ian Healy could bat that.

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grump 11:56 am
24 Jan 13
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is Babe available?

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astrojax 12:47 pm
24 Jan 13
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grump said :

is Babe available?

likely ham and bacon by now…

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14
Erg0 9:30 am
25 Jan 13
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Say what you like, he still saved that old lady’s cat from a house fire.

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Erg0 9:36 am
25 Jan 13
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(Though they might be holding out for Honus Wagner, Cap Anson or Mordecai “Three Finger” Brown)

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