On the 11th anniversary of his perfect game for the Yankees, David Wells proved that he can still bring the heat. A couple of hours before the Yankees took on Minnesota at Yankee Stadium Sunday, Wells hurled some verbal brushbacks at Roger Clemens and Alex Rodriguez and all major leaguers caught using steroids.
Wells said the home runs that Rodriguez hit during the time he admitted he was on steroids shouldn't count, including the three he jacked against Wells in 2003. He also questioned Roger Clemens' veracity on his constant denials that he never juiced, and said all steroids cheats should be banned from baseball after the first offense and have no shot at getting into the Hall of Fame.
"I think that would be great. No 50-game suspension. Ban them right away," Wells said. "That would stop it in a heartbeat, especially with the money they are giving out today. It would be incredible if they did that. You wouldn't have to worry about steroids or HGH."
Pretty amazing point of view from BIG Dave. I guess he is selective about what drugs he thinks are OK and which are not.
And he can "still bring the heat"?!?!?!? This from a guy who probably never threw a pitch over the low 80s in his last five seasons?
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