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Because SOMEONE needs to defend our sometimes psychotic Overlord....
And Mutt fans are Assholes who need to be stomped dead in their beds

Friday, September 25, 2009

Dear Joba,

Do not--I repeat: DO NOT!--screw this start up.

I figure C.C. and Pettite can handle the idea of what this weekend's games mean in the grand scheme of things, but you? I'm noteven sure what planet you're on when you walk out to the mound.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Screaming Douche Alert

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. -- Jim Rice's advice to Little Leaguers: Don't use today's major leaguers as role models.

Speaking to players before the start of the Little League World Series, the new baseball Hall of Famer said today's major leaguers are too focused on individual goals and getting big contracts.

"You see a Manny Ramirez, you see an A-Rod [Alex Rodriguez], you see [Derek] Jeter ... Guys that I played against and with, these guys you're talking about cannot compare," Rice said to Little Leaguers gathered in the cafeteria.

via At Little League World Series, Hall of Famer Jim Rice says major league players are not good role models for youngsters - ESPN

You insolent shit. No wonder the writers were so disinclined to vote you a plaque for all those years....


You one said, when asked what was he best thing about being a major league player, "the fifteenth and thirtieth." Because that's when you got paid.

Jeter's donated more money to underprivileged kids than you ever got paid, you useless piece of shit.

I'm spitting on your bronzed douchebag face next time I hit Cooperstown.

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Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Wille Ball

An honest Yankee fan:
Q: You're a Yankees fan. If you ever got a pitching start for the Yanks and could bean one opposing player, who would it be?

A: Does throwing at A-Rod during batting practice count?

Runnin' Scared - Interview: MSNBC's Willie Geist on New York Baseball, His Jeter Love, His Desire to Drill Pedroia, and More.

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Monday, June 08, 2009

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Friday, April 24, 2009

This is gonna SUCK!

Well, it will IF my XM doesn't come in this weekend down in Redneckistan.

No TV, cable or internet. God will hate me if XM ain't workin'.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

In the words of Cousin Eddie

I ain't seen a beating like that since somebody stuck a banana down my pants and turned a monkey loose.

Sunday, April 05, 2009

Now coming out the bullpen...

Well, fuck my bunny.

The swimmer is going to toss a ball out, eh?

Might as well get OJ up and loose...

Oh My, Minaya!

I can't help but fall off my chair here in the hotel every time I think of this:

Gary Sheffield, New York Metropolitan


Omar, you just signed up for ANOTHER choke! Signing the racist clubhouse cancer has to be one of your WORST moves!

There is a REASON the tigers just ate (choked down?) $14 MILLION dollars...

Friday, April 03, 2009

I Wonder How Long Until It Gets Ugly

New Stadium. Section 39 is now Section 203.

They're now within clobbering distance of box seat denizens....

And the Beer Ban is gone.

Special night on tap for Bleacher Creatures at new Yankee Stadium

Monday, March 16, 2009

This Is Absolute Crap

Bernie Williams at the plate, His Birthday, Se...Image via Wikipedia

It turns out there is a limit to the cynicism that abounds inside a sports columnist. While I have on occasion judged athletes guilty until proven innocent of the most heinous illegalities, it's impossible to believe that Williams acted with any sort of intent or malice when he scratched the lip of TV host Jeanie Carrion inside a Puerto Rican nightclub.

What can I say? I believe the guy for once, not the woman or her lament. Political correctness only goes so far. Sixteen years of covering Williams is enough proof to make me think this is utter nonsense; that the woman was seriously bugging Williams, who reached for the camera out of frustration and elbowed her face by mistake. That also happens to be the second-hand account of the club owner, Bill Duggan, and it sounds about right.

Since he broke into baseball calling a disheveled bum like myself "Mr. Bondy," Williams has never been known to throw even the tiniest of tantrums, or to demonstrate anything but gracious good will to all. He is shy, we know that. He is a space cadet at times. But he is no lip-banger. Williams was in the club to play jazz, not to carouse. He wasn't asking for trouble of any fashion.

Former Yankee Bernie Williams deserves a better sendoff

That Bernie, nor Paulie, did not get a "day" before they closed down the Old House in da Bronx, is one of the irreversible stains the Steinbrenners will never be able to remove. It is goddamn criminal that we never had the chance to give Bernie and Paulie a proper sendoff in the House they helped bring back to life.

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Friday, March 06, 2009

Oh, Joy

You couldn't get this taken care of back in October or November, could you, you goddamn asshole.
Hip expert: A-Rod will need surgery

Friday, February 20, 2009

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Pyscho Charlie. Now More Than Ever

LeatherPenguin: I WANT PETE ROSE IN THE HALL OF FAME, AND I WANT IT RIGHT GODDAMNED NOW.: "If the writers keep up this “you’re not worthy/holier than thou” bullshit against the steroid era players, who Charlie Hustle had nothing to do with, but they still shat all over him, they ain’t gonna be able to vote for anyone who played between 1995 and 2004 to be allowed in the Hall."

Saturday, February 07, 2009

Just in Time for Pitchers and catchers...

Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids in '03, sources tell SI - MLB -
"In 2003, when he won the American League home run title and the AL Most Valuable Player award as a shortstop for the Texas Rangers, Alex Rodriguez tested positive for two anabolic steroids, four sources have independently told Sports Illustrated."

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Giam-roido Going Home?

Jason Giambi, Oakland Athletics on verge of one-year deal - ESPN

Dee Snyder Sealed the Teixeira Deal?

Okay, this is funny:
Teixeira wasn't much on the Yankees' minds, or so they say. After hop-scotching from Texas to Atlanta to the Angels, he was rumored to want to stay close to home, to perhaps sign with Baltimore or the Nationals.
Then there was Boston, forever a Yankee thorn. The Red Sox drafted Teixeira out of high school, but his father John reportedly became irked at a Boston scout and urged his son to instead attend college. Now the Red Sox were again heavy on the scene; Cashman figured he might as well play along.

So he did a bit of research, discovered Teixeira had a fondness for Twisted Sister, the iron men of '80s rock. Sometimes it really is this simple, this high-stakes recruiting game. Sure, it helped that the Yankees eventually offered $180 million over eight years, but what really wowed Teixeira was the super cool video Cashman revealed when he came to visit in the middle of December.

Shot in the new stadium, with digitalized images of what Teixeira might look like as he ran out of the dugout and onto the grass, the crowd at a froth, the New York skyline in the distance, the sound track blared "I Wanna Rock." Cashman pressed play.

"Hey, that's my song!" Cashman recalled Teixeira saying as he and I walked through the old stadium hallways. "I was like, yeah, we know that."
And at that point, with Twisted Sister on blast, Leigh, Teixeira's college sweetheart who is now his wife, said, "I want you to be a Yankee."