Tuesday, March 28, 2006

There's No Place On The 2006 Red Sox For This "Yo-Yo"

In a wild and sloppy excuse for a baseball game, a game where there were 29 hits, 12 walks and 5 errors, one thing was made perfectly clear to all of us who love the Red Sox. There is no place for Julian Tavaraz, AKA "Yo-Yo," on this team. Hell, maybe on ANY team this side of the Pacific. Covering the plate on a play with the Devil Rays, Tavarez tagged Joey Gaithright. And it was while Gaithright was trying to get up that Tavarez stepped on his right arm, and then punched Gaithright not once, but twice. Benches emptied, bullpens came to the rescue, and "Yo-Yo' was thrown to the ground. WE DON'T NEED THIS KIND OF ASSHOLE ON OUR TEAM. Cut the string on this "Yo-Yo" before it's too late or other team's retaliations will take out one or more of our players. That's the last thing we need.
On the good side, Loretta was 3-4, Foulkie had another 1,2,3 inning, and the Sox rallied to win, which is a nice thing that has happened far too little this almost over Spring training.
Yo-Yo must go.


At 3/28/2006 11:07 AM, Anonymous Cyn said...

Peter have you seen this link: http://stlcardinals.scout.com/2/436721.html that basically outlines all the batshit stuff he's done in the past?

I've said it elsewhere...we gave up Arroyo and kept this whackjob?

At 3/28/2006 12:26 PM, Blogger Jere said...

Is your use of "2004" a Freudian slip or commentary

Because he DID have a place on the 2004 team, as the dude who gave up the homer in Game One to Bellhorn. I felt long before we acquired him that that should be his one and only connection to my team.

At 3/28/2006 1:17 PM, Blogger Peter N said...

Good points both. I hope he doesn't do anything that will cause retaliation on our "normal" players. I expect the worst, but as always hope for the best. It would be one thing if he was a tremendous pitcher, but he ain't!


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