Included in the World According to Schill:
"I mean, he admitted that he used steroids," Schilling said during weekly appearance on sports radio WEEI's "Dennis and Callahan" show. "I mean, there's no gray area. He admitted to cheating on his wife, cheating on his taxes, and cheating on the game, so I think the reaction around the league, the game, being what it is, in the case of what people think.
I guess it's somewhat important to note that Bonds has never A) admitted to knowingly using steroids, B) admitted to cheating on his wife, or C) admitted to cheating on his taxes, but if we know anything, it's that if Curt Schilling thinks its true, then it must be true.
I can't imagine what the grand jury in San Francisco is thinking. Something like, "Wait... he ADMITTED that shit?! Holy hell! Let's just skip the prosecution and send him to the slammer!"
I mean, I hated Curt "I am the best pitcher ever, just ask me" Schilling for some time, but this takes my hatred to another level. It's not that I think Bonds didn't do all that stuff, it's that Curt Schilling thinks that Curt Schilling's opinion is so important that Curt Schilling needs to share it.
Curt, I think I speak for most fans when I say, SHUT THE HELL UP!!! When Jose Canseco is saying that you have no legitimacy and that you are a hypocrite, you know you have issues (see the Canseco clip on the right of the link above).
For more thoughts on Bonds, check on this story at http://www.bitterfans.com/ShowArticle.asp?CategoryID=1&ArticleID=400.
Last night at the yard: Didn't see the game last night. Just saw the box score and noticed that Matt Cain got knocked around again by issuing 10 hits (8 of which on the first pitch). Also noticed that Todd Linden went 0 for 3 with 3 strikeouts. Meanwhile, Nate Schierholtz is hitting .350 in Fresno (and Stapes, you're right, I went overboard when I said Lewis and Ortmeier were "ready.")