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(CBS Boston)   Kevin Youkilis is told to change his Sox   (boston.cbslocal.com) divider line 3
    More: Followup, Kevin Youkilis, Red Sox, White Sox, Brent Lillibridge, pinch runner, interleague game, Fenway Park, curtain calls  
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2012-06-25 01:31:04 PM  
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Scruffinator: Great. He'll have more opportunities to think twice about charging Porcello. Maybe this time he wont make a jackass of himself.

He probably will, but maybe not.


I was watching a game last month against the sox and the sox pitcher had plunked a couple jays and youk came up. Plunk up high and he said something to the effect of 'DAMNIT! Keep it DOWN if you have to hit me'. I liked that... Seemed like an old school ballplayer thing to do. I've always seen him as such... But also a douchebag.

Hope he does well in Chicago because I dislike no baseball team as much as the red sox. Effin A-Holes the lot of them, and their fans.
2012-06-24 11:38:41 PM  
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As for the people questioning why he was traded for such a lowly haul: the clubhouse hates him. He's tough to take, especially when he'shiatting like .220 and isn't producing anything b/c he's injured. The Bosox just wanted him gone... it isn't like he's going to get better the older he gets. And if he pulls a Clemens... I think we all know what piss test to administer before we believe it.
2012-06-24 11:11:25 PM  
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Kevin Youlilis is a good man and a good ball player and I wish him well.
 
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