Friday, June 26, 2009

Jeffress Might Smoke Himself Out of Baseball

In baseball, it's three strikes and you're out, and Jeremy Jeffress is awfully close to getting strike three. Already suspended 50 games during 2007-2008 for testing positive for marijuana, Jeffress has again tested posted for a "substance of abuse" and will now be forced to serve a 100 game suspension, which will carry over into next season. One more positive test from Jeffress would lead to a lifetime ban under the Minor League Drug Treatment and Prevention Program.

Jeffress can go one of two ways here. He can keep smoking pot, spend the rest of his $1.55 million signing bonus on Cheesy Gordita Crunches and watch "Out Cold" every other night, or, he can shape up and act like the first round pick the Brewers thought they were getting in 2006. It's your call, Jeremy.

1 comments:

Chad Lyons said...

I love Cheesy Gordita Crunches and Out Cold. Luckily I'm not a Major League pitching prospect.

And my job doesn't have random drug testing.

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