Jenrry Mejia lifetime ban has been lifted

Jenrry Mejia lifetime ban has been lifted

by Darren Meenan July 06, 2018 0 Comments

For Jennry Mejia a "lifetime ban" meant just a few seasons. After three strikes, it seemed as though the stomp would be dead forever. Apparently not.

Pretty shocked by this news. It's not often someone gets a fourth chance to correct their mistakes, but Jennry was just given a new lease on his baseball life. 

Now this doesn't mean he'll be suiting up this weekend at Citi Field, but his career gets back to work after the All Star Break. 

I couldn't get enough of this guys antics. It was fun. Remember, baseball is entertainment. If this dude gets back on the hill in 2019, I want the old Jennry back. The moonwalking, back breaking, fish reeling, stomping maniac.

That is if he can actually perform without the juice. Time will tell. 




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