1. capable of being believed; believable: a credible statement.
2. worthy of belief or confidence; trustworthy: a credible witness.
Remember how most fans scoffed at the allegations made in Jose Cansecoâ€™s book Juiced? He really was a prophet of the baseball future telling truths fans didnâ€™t want to hear. I wonder what heâ€™s doing now with his new found credibilityâ€¦
Jose Canseco says in his new book that he introduced Alex Rodriguez to a steroids distributor and that A-Rod was trying to sleep with Cansecoâ€™s wife, according to the web site of freelance writer Joe Lavin, who says he obtained Vindicated: Big Names, Big Liars, and the Battle to Save Baseball on Monday from a bookstore in Cambridge, Mass. The book is due to be released Tuesday. A-Rod on the claims: â€œI really, absolutely, have no reaction,â€ and â€œI donâ€™t know how to answer that.â€ Associated Press
That credibility must have really been burning a hole in his pocket; he had it for about a month. I wonder what else heâ€™s got in storeâ€¦
Canseco is rumored to be already working on a third book entitled Hereâ€™s Some More Shit I Just Made up and other Axes I have to Grind in which Canseco recounts introducing Cal Ripken to an ecstasy dealer and Calâ€™s failed repeated attempts to seduce Cansecoâ€™s mailman and the ensuing graphic sexual assault that followed. The book is expected to be released Mid-July in time to try and exploit the All Star Break. â€“Lonestar Mets
I guess Jose blew all his money from Juiced on hookers and blow and needs loose cash again. Again, Canseco may be a willing dupe of the A-Rod media machine. This comes on the heels of another A-Rod story. Painting A-Rod in a victim role to make him more likable may work based on the fact that nothing else has.
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This post was written by Dan in Texas on March 26, 2008