I grew up 8 miles from Boston, I’ve always been Red Sox fan. My new dog is named after Jacoby Ellsbury. I’m part of a group of 300 Red Sox fan in San Francisco and we get together almost every week during the season to watch a game.
I don’t know if you know, but Red Sox right fielder J.D. Drew is a MonaVie distributor. If you ask and Red Sox to name three things that typify J.D. Drew they’d say:
- The Grand Slam – He hit a pivotal grand slam that helped the Red Sox get beat the Indians ALCS in 2007. Since he didn’t contribute offensively during the season, people called it the $14 Million dollar Grand Slam.
- The Month (June) in 2008 – When Big Papi was injured, J.D. Drew carried the team on his shoulders for a month. Other than that, he didn’t do too much that season.
- His Constant Injury Problems – Yep, Drew is constantly injured… need proof?
MonaVie Doesn’t Help J.D. Drew’s Injuries
Time after time, I’ve heard that MonaVie helps cure people’s aches and pains. Of course MonaVie corporate won’t say it because it would be illegal for them to. Instead distributors (people paid by MonaVie) say this behind closed doors and on websites. Anyway, let’s get back to J.D. Drew. His Wikipedia article says:
Drew’s revised contract has a clause that allows the Red Sox to opt out of Drew’s five-year contract after three or four years if Drew has extensive injuries due to a previously existing problem in his right shoulder.
For most of the 2007 season, Drew struggled offensively and spent time on the DL (due to a hamstring injury) as well as taking time off from the team to attend to his son’s health.
Drew later visited the 15-day disabled list, spending from August 27 to September 8  on the DL with a strained lower back.
In mid-February 2009, after a whole off-season of rest he still had back pain.
Clearly MonaVie isn’t doing anything for J.D. Drew’s health.
Originally posted 2009-04-20 18:58:33. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThe above article is intended to be accurate at the time of its original posting. MonaVie may change its pricing, product, or other policies at any time without notice.
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