You know, I had never really thought about the steroid issue from this angle before, but Ron Kittle thinks that Jose Canseco may want to watch his back
|Canseco and Rafael Palmeiro engage in a deadly game of cat and mouse. |
After the former Oakland slugger broke baseball's code of silence, Kittle (who once won the AL Rookie of the Year Award with the Chicago White Sox), thinks it's only a matter of time before someone takes a shot at Canseco.
"My first thought was: 'I wonder who's going to be the first one to shoot him.' I still think somebody who might have had their life ruined might take vengeance on him. If I were [Canseco], I would think about that..."
What is the world coming to, when a steroid freak ex-ballplayer can't squeal on all his former teammates without his personal safety being threatened?
You know who I blame this all on? Madonna. That's right, Madonna. The woman just seems to spread misery everywhere she goes these days. It happened to A-Rod
. It happened to Guy Ritchie, who hasn't made a good movie since Snatch,
after which he seemed to just get lost in Madge's, well, I think you see where I'm going with this, right?
And now Canseco. He spoke, at great length, in his book about Madonna being all over him; in fact, he made that one of the selling points of Juiced right in the introduction. He invited in disaster, and now it comes a-calling.
Expect him to be dead in a week. And when it happens, we'll all know who to blame, won't we?