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Sunday night's Mets All-Time Team gala turned awkward when Tom Seaver made reference to Darryl Strawberry's criminal past by asking, "You don't have any handcuffs on your wrists, do you?"
Some big names will be joining Donald Trump in the boardroom, and Deadspin isn't afraid to get service-y and give you the lowdown on which of the former athletic legends might show some acumen for entrepreneurship.
Darryl Strawberry has a book coming out in April, which makes this a good time for him to comment on steroids. Right? Hey, couldn't hurt sales.
You know what the saddest part of the A-Rod steroid scandal is? It's taking attention away from the impending release of a way more entertaining baseball tell-all—the autobiography of Darryl Strawberry.
Aside from a cocaine-infused party at a French-Canadian brothel, I can't think of many ventures that could bring together the likes of Michael Irvin, Jose Canseco, Kordell Stewart, Darryl Strawberry and Claude Lemieux. Those four are part of the cast for the new season of Pros vs. Joes on SpikeTV.
All right, all right, break it up! Stop it! Now can't you two see that you're still in love with each other? You've been searching all over for happiness when all the time it was right here in your own backyard. Now give each other a hug. Come on!
About a month-and-a-half ago, we told you about an auction that could bring Darryl Strawberry to your classroom to teach your kids a few lessons. We liked the idea and wished we had some spare change hanging around ourselves. We could use a lecture or two from Darryl.
We know that Darryl Strawberry has made considerable strides toward cleaning up his life in recent years, and for that we applaud him: Not everyone can be Dwight Gooden, after all. But we still find it somewhat, eh, curious by this auction currently up for bid at MLB.com.
Someone just sent us this picture, and we don't know where it's from, who took it or what the circumstances were around it. But, somehow, it made us extremely sad. Man. That could have been Whitey Ford, Ted Williams and Joe Louis hanging out right there. Oh well.
Baseball cautionary tale Darryl Strawberry was on Mets.com yesterday to chat with his fans, and it was wide-ranging, covering topics as diverse as the best pitcher he ever faced (Nolan Ryan), the biggest mistake he ever made (leaving the Mets for the Dodgers, though we can probably think of a couple other nominees)…