idesofmarch: pot calling the kettle black.
slayer199: Pitchers are always looking for an edge...just as hitters are. Here's a notable case (Kenny Rogers 2006 World Series)[i.a.cnn.net image 666x458]
idesofmarch: Whoa whoa whoa, I just noticed I've got a TotalFark insignia attached to my name - WHO DID THIS? Thank you kind sir or madam!
Killer Cars: I wonder if the color of pine tar is slightly different in person, because on the TeeVee it sure looks like the pitcher in question had just used his pitching hand to wipe his ass.
Slow To Return: This is a sport that doesn't give a shiat if balls and strikes are called correctly, why would anyone care about a little pine tar?
idesofmarch: Considering the Sox starting pitcher that day - drowned-muskrat-looking hillbilly rapist Clay Buccholtz - did the same thing last year, it definitely would have been a case of the pot calling the kettle black.
machoprogrammer: idesofmarch: Considering the Sox starting pitcher that day - drowned-muskrat-looking hillbilly rapist Clay Buccholtz - did the same thing last year, it definitely would have been a case of the pot calling the kettle black.Well, considering David Ortiz also said anyone caught using steroids should be kicked out of the game coontil he tested positive), it wouldn't be the first time they were a bit hypocritical.
ChrisDe: Pretty obvious what it is. It's like they're not even trying to hide it anymore.If the hitters can legally use it, why shouldn't they allow the pitchers?
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