raysfan4life wrote:Anyone want to defend this Irabu reincarnation?
Well, no one ever called Dice-K a "fat pussy toad."
And what's this about Dice-K being an Irabu reincarnation?
IRABU is reincarnating Irabu, in case anyone missed the news.
Irabu dominates, gets plenty of support
Long-Beach Press Telegram
LONG BEACH - While the Yuma Scorpions were able to stop Lima Time the night before, they were no match for Irabumania on Saturday.
Former major-league pitcher and two-time World Series champ Hideki Irabu took a no-hitter into the fifth inning and his teammates were more than supportive as the Armada dominated in a 12-2 GBL victory at Blair Field.
Irabu, who won titles with the Yankees in 1998 and 1999 and also played for the Expos and Rangers during his six-year big-league career that ended in 2002, is attempting a comeback, much like fellow Armada starter Jose Lima.
If he can continue to throw like he did Saturday night, he might just get back. Irabu looked more like the pitcher who is recognized as one of greatest power pitchers in his homeland than the "fat toad" that Yankees owner George Steinbrenner ripped in 1999.
Drop Dice-K immediately. No good will come from him, ever again. Hold a spot for Irabu's September call-up.