Further Proof (Part II)...

In the wake of Alex Rodriguez's link to steroid use, it seems appropriate to point out that this kind of abnormal home run hitting is nothing new.

Witness the Summer of 1961, when Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris hit a total of 115 Home Runs. More than the either the Kansas City Athletics or the Boston Red Sox put together, and almost half of their own team's total.

Steroids may not have been around then, but perhaps Mantle's and Maris' chosen style of dress at the baseball award dinner should have raised some eyebrows.
You know who else dresses like that? Vampires in Anne Rice novels. You know what that makes these men?


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