A Baseball Blog Attempting To Balance Rationality, Basic Logic, And Statistical Analysis With Rabid Yankee Homerism
Here's what he told the Boston Globe in the locker room after the game: "That pitch was low, I should still be hitting. That's all I have to say." He refused any more comments. This isn't the first time he's criticized the umpires. And it won't be the last, now that he's questioning balls and strikes. (Umps hate to be called out.)
Funny how throwing on a Fraud Sawx uniform makes everybody an expert on the strike zone. Big Sloppi bitches about every strike call, so do Pedroia and Youkilis. Gonzalez is just the latest to join that party.
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