The Texas Rangers cut dimwitted juicehead Manny Ramirez

On enough steroids to kill a racehorse, Manny Ramirez and David Ortiz brought the Boston Red Sox two championships.

After struggling with the team’s Triple-A affiliate, the Texas Rangers wisely released dimwitted juicehead Manny Ramirez on Tuesday afternoon.

Inking a minor league deal on July 3, the 41-year-old Ramirez batted .259 with three homers in 30 games for Round Rock.

A nine-time Silver Slugger Award winner who amassed 555 dingers, 2,574 hits and 1,831 RBI over 18 seasons, the Dominican-American is now just a graying doper with a 24th chromosome.

With Texas sitting at 69-50 and battling the Oakland Athletics for supremacy in the AL West, the last thing the Rangers needed was a “Manny being Manny” situation to occur.

Employed by six organizations since premiering as a Cleveland Indian in September 1993, the 12-time All-Star is a charlatan who’s no longer capable of producing at the plate.

As one of the primary mugs of the Steroid Era, Manny Ramirez will never again receive a MLB paycheck.

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