It Was Justin Verander's Turn To Apologize & Answer Questions With Lame Responses
Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports
The apologies that came from Houston Astros players on Thursday stemming from their cheating scandal were all consistently lame. So, when it was pitcher Justin Verlander's turn to step up to the plate and say he was sorry, it was more of the same...

These guys should be banned. Hey Justin, remember this...

(Barstool Sports)
Filed Under: MLB
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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9 Comments
You should be banned, Larry.
Reply6 months
Were the players who used steroids banned? How about pine tar or corked bats? Or using foreign substances on balls? Were they banned? Cheating in baseball is as old as the game itself. It's the reason pitch signs have to be used and hidden in the first place. People need to relax. They were caught and punished. Move on.
Reply6 months
Verander aporogy sound insincere. Me no rikey.
Reply6 months
frick you Larry leo
Reply6 months
He showed up in September of that season. The frick did you want him to do about it?
Reply6 months
There should be an exception to forced public apologies if said public has seen your wiener
Reply6 months
Who cares? More pics of wife, pease.
Reply6 months
Didn’t realize the MLB banned the L in his name. That’s rough.
Reply6 months
The "L" wasn't his; he'd stolen it from a sign.
6 months
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