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Worst Person of the Day

April 13, 2011 1 comment

Josh Hamilton sucks.  Not in the baseball sense mind you.  He is the reigning MVP and he deserved to win the award.  He’s a great player he sucks as a person.  Hamilton wants you to believe he is a great guy, a great husband, a great teammate but I’m not buying it.  Maybe he is a nice guy.  I don’t know because I have never met him.  Is he the best husband?  Well obviously not.  But hey, he is a professional athlete and there is a lot of temptation out there.  What I do know is that he is a shitty teammate.

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The Milton Bradley Award

April 11, 2011 Leave a comment

He's an asshole...

Every year in every sport people rise above the cream of the crop and become the new favorites in a sport, and others show their true colors and become the newest Milton Bradley in their respective league.  Now it takes quite a bit to reach Milton’s level, but there are some guys on the Junior circuit who may be big enough closet assholes to come out and win this award.  Now for me to pick this I’m probably going to pick someone I just effing hate, see Ozzie Guillen, but to truly win it you have to be hated for good reason, and generally hold your team’s head under water as though you’re baptizing them.

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The Worst League’s MVP

March 30, 2011 Leave a comment

Still Waiting On His MVP...

Oh, the Junior Circuit.  I’m doing my best not to be biased but I don’t care for A.L. baseball, hate most of the teams and don’t generally watch.  I’m qualified to pick an A.L MVP like Cordell Walker is a peaceful negotiator.  However, I’m going to do it anyways because, like David Eckstein, I do my damndest even if I’m completely unqualified.  Josh Hamilton won the award last year absolutely tearing the cover off the ball despite injuries and jumping on and off the wagon like a kid playing Oregon Trail. Actually I think he was sober all of last year, but that picture is just too good.  I think he has a lineup around him that will give him a serious chance at repeating, however there are numerous other candidates with a real chance at winning, and I’m not sure the Rangers will get the wins they piled up last year to support his bid.   Thus further discussion is necessary.

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