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“Canseco’s Car Searched By Authorities, Fertility Drugs Found.”

That was the ESPN.com headline.

“So he’s trying to get pregnant now?” I thought. “God, what an attention whore.”

But it turns out, the drugs help restore testosterone production after steroid use. Bummer. I would’ve really liked to read the Jose Canseco version of this.

2 Responses to “Jose Canseco is not pregnant. Bummer.”

  1. I know, great story right? although I could only think, good GOD thank God they stopped him from impregnating some leathery former stripper in her 40s from creating the antichrist with him. Can you imagine? that kid’s DNA would be a combination of HGH, silicone, and tanning oil fumes. Thank you, authorities, for preventing this conception.

  2. come on, how can I be the only commenter on this one?

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