Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Juan Pierre is a Hero

Stars help give baseball a pulse in inner cities
Juan Pierre joins fellow African-American MLB players Orlando Hudson, Ken Griffey Jr., Garret Anderson, Prince Fielder, Brandon Phillips, and Gary Sheffield to promote baseball in inner-city neighborhoods. If all of the millions of kids that Pierre has worked with would vote just 5 times, Juan would have locked up the starting All-Star nod last decade. What a stud.

Click here to read more about Juan Pierre's awesome charity work.

Manny Falls to 7th in Voting

Manny is now trailing Mike freakin' Cameron in ASG balloting. I mean, Manny doesn't deserve to be there, but Mike Cameron? Brewers fans are delusional. Cameron is hitting .243. He was in a 3-for-38 slump a few weeks ago, yet he's somehow more worthy of the honor than Beast Mode?!!!

We all know the only reason Juan Pierre isn't running away with the voting is because he's not on the ballot, and its difficult to write "Juan Pierre" on 20,000 ballots, but let's be real here: Mike Cameron should not be anywhere near the All Star Game, and Brewers fans are making a bigger mockery of it than Manny is.

I'm guessing Corey Hart (.248) is in the top 10 also. Shame on you, Milwaukee.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Manny Falls to 6th in Voting

Shane Victorino has overtaken Manny. Also, Juan Pierre is probably 7th by now, and climbing.

Click here for the article about it.

Gee I can't wait for Manny's return, so his knucklehead fans can riot again like they did when the Lakers won lastnight. [/sarcasm]

Monday, June 8, 2009

If I could write in Ken Gurnick, I would...

... but I've already put Juan Pierre and Casey Blake in the write-in spots.

Thanks for putting the VoteForPierre cause on the map, Ken.

You can read all about it on the front page of the Dodgers' Official Website, or you can click the following link to go there directly:


We can only assume Pierre is rocketing up the ASG voting charts. Keep up the good work.