Diprivan May Have Been Given to Michael Jackson but Dan Haren All Natural


No Diprivan here.

Pop Cultural Icon Michael Jackson may be reported to have taken the drug, however you won’t find any of that in Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Dan Haren.  Haren pitched seven very strong innings tonight in a 6-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. He’s a pitching God and it’s all by natural doing.

Haren continued his march towards the N.L. Cy Young Award with another quality start.  He is heads above the rest when it comes to quality starts.  He struck out nine, giving up only four hits and one run.  Domination is putting it lightly when it comes to this guy.

Not only did Haren excel on the mound but he hit his fourth double of the season and belted his first home run of the season.  It was a sight to see.  He even mentioned in post game interviews how he thought it was going to go even further than it did.  He is a pretty cool customer.  Quite a complete player if you ask me.  There is something wrong if Haren doesn’t take the mound in St. Louis in two weeks.  Haren may be 7-5, but when it comes to the All-Star Game, it’s all about individuals.  Haren is the best individual pitcher hands down in baseball this season.

So, the Dbacks have won one game in a row.  I guess you need to start somewhere, right?  Too bad the Dbacks are preparing to move a lot of players.  That’s the reality facing us as we head into the month of July, 31 days from the trade deadline.

Scott Allen

AZScott

Tags: Arizona Diamondbacks Cincinnati Reds CY Young Award Dan Haren Diprivan Michael Jackson

  • Nick

    You are trying to get views about a damn sports team so you use an unverified drug statement about MJ in your headline? That’s low man.

  • Tenna

    Pretty low, only way you could get views huh?

  • http://venomstrikes.com Scott Allen

    First of all – it worked didn’t it? That’s the idea of these blogs – to get viewership. No one asked you to click the link, did they? No asked you to comment, did they? So blame no one but yourself for taking the time to comment. Secondly, it isn’t low. Im not the one saying he used the damn drug. I just said it was reported. Maybe if the general viewing public actually took the time to realize there is no malicious intent and is designed to link current events to get people to view your page, then mission accomplished. You have the right to click on something else or go back to Google. Obviously you were interested in the possible reported drug use, or you would never have found yourselves here. People crack me up sometimes.

  • Nick

    Yes I came here to read about MJ, not sports. It’s just low to get views when your article has nothing to do with him. It’s sad you have to use someones death. I’d undrstand if it was about Michael…