He gets paid enough money, he should be able to hold his anger in. And part of his contract states in one form or another that he is not supposed to do things that make the team look bad.<br><br>After all if you were working at a business and you walked in front of your customers and flicked them off, would you get away without punishment?<br><br>Ryan
Having lived in Boston most of my life, and spending many hours at Fenway, and the old Garden, I can say from experience that if any fans deserve the finger, it's the Boston fans. That doesn't make his actions right, but sometimes ya gotta savor the little "rebuttals". <br><br>
I'm reminded of that fat b@stard Rush Limbaugh... Now I can't stand the ignorant blow-hard, but I was so ticked off when he apologized. WTF for? He made a simple comment (that everyone who really follows pro football knows is true!) that the rest of the media took out of context and basically put the words in his mouth for the following 3 days, and all of the sudden HE has to apologize???<br><br><br>Visit Me!
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The good news is he never apologized for what he said, just really apologized if it made anyone feel uncomfortable on the set.<br><br>Last year when Dusty Baker said that black and Latino players handle the heat better than white ones, people kept asking him if he was going to apologize. And when he said "No....what for?" He became my new hero. <br><br>Time to put the thought police out of business <br><br>
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