LoMo Speaks

Friday, June 3, 2011

On Brian Sabean's dickbaggery:

First of all, it's wildly unprofessional for him to make any comment on the situation.  When has he played in the big leagues?  When has he played in the minor leagues?  Correct me if I'm wrong but he's never been in a situation like that.  It's terrible.  Why would you wish anything like that on anybody? … He's taking this very hard without the comments that [Sabean]'s made.  He's getting death threats from people.  This is his hometown, San Francisco.  He's worried about his family and his friends that are there.  And now he's going to make comments like that?  It's ignorant, it's inappropriate and he has no idea what the hell he's talking about.
Sadly, this story is far from over. Not that anything that happens from now on will un-injure Buster Posey.

2 comments:

Kim,  June 3, 2011 at 5:46 PM  

Yeah I am sure Posey is being really immature and inappropriate. It's not like he's had surgery recently, or is facing the very real possibility of never catching again because some kid rammed into him when he had a clear path to the plate.

Oh wait, he has.

I guarantee LoMo would have not returned some assholes phone call after breaking a leg.

Really LoMo? Immature?

MorgynC,  June 3, 2011 at 5:56 PM  

Dear Kim:
Perhaps, if Posey had planted his feet correctly, he may not have been injured at all. Perhaps the Giants fans have been taking this game WAY too seriously, that they have to send death threats to Scott Cousins, who lives in the area and has family there. IT'S A GODDAMN GAME!! Perhaps Brian Sabean should have taken the high road and not made those snotty comments. Cousins has apologized repeatedly, and the Giants and their fans are acting like a bunch of butthurt tittybabies. I seem to remember JT Snow making the exact same play in the 03 NLDS vs. Pudge. Except Pudge knows how to play the position.
Yeah, I'd say LoMo's comments were spot fucking on.

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