[quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="ny06"][quote user="JPizzack"][quote user="ny06"]If Bautista hits about 60 homeruns and is batting over .300 at the end of the season then he will win the MVP hands down.
I find that very unlikely, he's not Albert Pujols or A-Rod. </P>
I have nothing against Bautista or anything. In fact I like him.
I just feel as though his average says that he's playing a bit above his own level right now. I'll eat crow on that of course if it remains a constant.
Steroids is a wonderful thing...</P>
his body type doesn't relaly look it tho
hes not a big guy, hes not a ripped guy... he looks the same as he did younger except in little better shape
im hoping hes legit. I dont think Pujols is
You don't have to be big or ripped to be on juice. </P>
What I believe steroids does for these baseball players is it helps you heal much faster then a player who is not on them. </P>
For example, it's common sence your body goes through alot playing at the pro level, so it would be to an advantage to have something make you heal that much faster then normal. Instead of being sore and tired, you are fresh and rejuvenated. </P>
His strength has improved dramatically. </P>
I just don't buy the I found my swing in Toronto. </P>
He was a mediocre player for years, then he comes to Toronto and is reborn? Please.....</P>
I could be wrong, but something is just not right. </P>