Dear ESPN/Baseball Broadcasting Jackasses,
Is it really, really THAT necessary to show a close up of a differing a-hole Red Sox fan in between EVERY freaking pitch? I made the mistake of flipping to the last two innings of the Boston-NY game Sunday night. I thought the game, like all baseball games the past 15 years, would put me to sleep. It did, but I fell asleep angry.
I can’t imagine a place I'd less rather be at that than a stadium full of Boston fans. Even a Packers game on a sweltering afternoon in August would be more pleasant by comparison. Every Sox fan thinks they have to wear a tattered hat and/or jersey to show how cool and trendy they are. Got it. You've been a fan forever.
Sox fans also think that the late innings of a mid-August game are the most important thing ever, and you need to get freaked out over every at-bat. Whatever, ladies. The 92nd Boston-NY game of the year is not that important to the rest of us. Really, it isn't. We get it ESPN, Boston's a bunch of trend-following, self-important, ugly-assed, neurotic losers. You really don’t need to keep reminding us with a different close-up of some ass-clown every five seconds. Please stop.
THE MF'ING BISH’S FRESH TAKE OF THE WEEK AWARD
Jim Nantz, on hearing that golfer Luke Donald went out to see Snakes on a Plane on Saturday night: “And now he’s got a Tiger on the golf course.” (Followed by total silence. Even the Irish a-hole was speechless.)
Dude, you suck.
You suck at golf with your patronizing, John Tesh-wannabe persona (without the musical chops) and you suck even more trying to come across as a man’s man when you do football games. You’re 100 percent phony.
Please go the route of fellow pervert Pat O'Brien – leave the sports to others and go move to kissing ass on the entertainment TV circuit or something. Jerk.