Justin Verlander called Erick Aybar's bunt attempt to breakup his no-hitter in the eighth inning "bush league." Even though Verlander's own manager Jim Leyland was cool with it.
What really is "bush league" is throwing the ball away on purpose. Which is what it appears that Verlander did when he tossed Aybar's bunted ball into right field. Amazing how somebody can be so in control, yet throw the ball so wildly.
The who incident inspired this Pick Six about possible unwritten NFL rules that we would love to see.
Also on Monday:
- Jets coach Rex Ryan might have the worst tattoo of anybody who isn't rushing a fraternity this fall.
- How will you remember Randy Moss? And what team will you remember him with? I will always remember him for being upset that his posse wasn't allowed on the field prior to the 2000 NFC Championship Game. Oh, and running over a cop.
- The Tweet of the day is right here.