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You Know You’ve Made It When Your Nude Cell Phone Photos Surface

*Note before reading: The following article and attached link ARE safe for work, so long as the word “penis” doesn’t raise any eyebrows around the office. There are no R-rated photos here.

According to Deadspin.com, an anonymous source has come forward with a naked cell phone photo of Mariners closer David Aardsma. Yes, really.

The source reportedly contacted local news website SeattleMet.com with the information, which was then forwarded over to Deadspin. To quote the source directly:

“To whom it may concern:

I have a photo of Seattle Mariners pitcher David Aardsma that may be of interest to your magazine publication. Sent to my phone directly from Mr. Aardsma (camera phone of Mr. Aardsma clearly displayed in the picture itself) showing subject in VERY compromising position (i.e. fully nude). Considering his marital status and prominent position in the Seattle community, this photo necessitates significant attention. Due to the recent media coverage of Tiger Woods’ similar situation, this topic is rather timely & appropriate in nature.

If you have any interest in acquiring this photo, feel free to contact me through this email address. Thank you for your time.


From a social perspective, this is interesting, to say the least.

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Unheralded Offseason Acquisitions Making Mark On 2009 Mariners

aardsma2One year ago, David Aardsma was a middle reliever for the Boston Red Sox who was most notable for being the first name in the alphabetical listing of Major League Baseball players.

A 6’4″, hard-throwing righthander, Aardsma had never recorded a save, nor been asked to assume the role of late-inning relief specialist.

A year later, Aardsma has become one of baseball’s better closers as a Seattle Mariner, posting 13 saves in 14 opportunities while maintaining a 1.74 ERA in the process. In 32.1 IP, the 27-year-old has struck out 39 batters, relying heavily on a mid-90’s fastball to overpower opposing batters.

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