Someone should show her the ass on Jamie Moyer.
Picture Bill Buckner Mets Jersey
The only response to this is for a Boston fan to wear a jersey that says "All of the Mets Players" with almost every year as the number.
Last place has removed all dignity from the organization.
"I only pitch once every five days," said Beckett. "And even then, usually for only a few innings. So I see it as a favor to them that I show up at all for games during my off-days. I just like to get some wedge work in. The grass is pretty nice out there, kind of like the first cut of rough. But now they say I can only do it between innings."
Beckett's short game practice has been a sore subject before. Red Sox outfielders and opponents have complained about the divots all over the outfield and the pitcher almost refused to report to the team this spring when team management denied his request to install a practice sand trap at the base of the Green Monster.
"I just didn't see the problem with a sand trap," said Beckett. "They already have a huge wall, that's not normal for a baseball stadium. I explained to them that if I could get better at getting up and down from bunkers, my mind could focus more on baseball. But they didn't want to hear it."
Beckett is signed through 2014, but there are reports that he will push to be traded back to his native Texas, preferably to the Astros.
"Josh is familiar with the Astros' stadium," said a friend. "He knows they wouldn't have a problem putting some bunkers and a practice green in the outfield. That would be no more out of place than a random hill with a flagpole on it."
If designated pitcher was a thing, Chris Davis would be one.
"Look, there was a lot of blowback about us drinking and eating fried chicken during games last year," said Josh Beckett. "I won't deny that. So we decided to buckle down this year and focus on baseball. We gave our best for a week or so. But it didn't work out. And now we've moved onto other things."
While Boston's offense has produced, the starting rotation has been rocked. No starter has an ERA below 4.63. But right Clay Buchholz, who has a 9.82 ERA and 1.73 WHIP so far, bristles at the pitching staff getting all the blame.
"Let's see you pitch with third-degree burns all over your midsection due to lighter fluid and ether engulfing you in flames 10 minutes before the first pitch," he said. "I think I did pretty well under the circumstances."
Picture Jacoby Ellsbury Lip Tattoo
She probably got injured getting that.
We all benefit if Red Sox fans don't reproduce.