David Ortiz is World Series M.V.P.E.D.
Bob Whalon | 11/01/13 | 11:38 AM EDT 0 Comments
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Boston's David Ortiz won the World Series MVP with a super human effort.  Should we be suspicious?


Slugger David Ortiz just led the Boston Red Sox to their third World Series Championship in the last ten years and he was named the MVP for his work.  Personally, I think he should be named the Most Valuable Player Enhanced by Drugs.

I mean, am I the only person who remembers that Ortiz was named in the Mitchell Report?  The guy is dirty and his otherworldly numbers in this series scream performance enhancing drugs (PEDs). 

Ortiz hit 11 for 16 (.688) with 2 home runs and 6 RBIs against the Cardinals.  He also drew 8 walks which means he reached base in 19 of his 25 plate appearances for a .760 on-base percentage.  That's second only to Billy Hatcher's marks of .760 (avg.) and .800 (on-base%) in 1990 for Cincinnati, in the history of Major League Baseball.

Yeah, yeah.  I know we're all supposed to ignore anything negative and be all geeked up about "Boston Strong" and all that, but Ortiz is an obvious cheater.  Once a cheater always a cheater.

The only difference between Ortiz and guys like A-Rod and B*rry B*nds is that Ortiz is a nice guy.  Apparently you can cheat all you want if you do it with a smile.  Or at least you can do it in a town like Boston where the fanatical fans don't care how they win.  That doesn't excuse certain media outlets from praising all things Red Sox and Yankees, but nothing will ever deter the world-wide leader is ass-kissing.

So the Red Sox got another Championship and for the third time it should be stained with stigma of PEDs thanks to Big Popper.....I mean Big Papi.

In this Article: WORLD SERIES | BOSTON RED SOX | ST. LOUIS CARDINALS | DAVID ORTIZ

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