Absolutely Adequate wrote:I think that he's referring to the Cubs, though I don't know why. Maybe Randall Simon could be called a thug, but I don't know anyone else that could reasonably be called a thug.
Corky, Kenny "Willy Mays Hayes" Lofton, Ramirez, Randall Simon (the sausage king of Chicago), Farnsworth, Alfonsucka, all reiterated their thugness this year. In addition, the Flubs have begun their future development of their promising thugs, by not stalling the thug training of Prior, and even allowing the thugosity to bleed into the very respected Alou family.
And let's not forget their manager. King of the thugs.
Cincinatti was running away with the NL Central's thug title, but they traded a lot of people away, making all the room in the world for the Flubs.
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Shitney™ wrote:i think it's time for us to define "Thug"
I'm going to nip this question in the bud on my end.
No, I do not consider Barry Bonds a "thug".
However, I think Barry should have the title of "Mr. Opportunist".
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