Lofunzo wrote:wrveres wrote:Lofunzo wrote:davidmarver wrote:Lofunzo wrote:Your point is well taken but I respectfully disagree. Beltran had the chance to do the same thing early in the year but he didn't, mainly thanks to Julio Franco pushing him out of the dugout. I don't see how anything positive can come out of that.
Look further: not only would keep his pride and integrity by staying in the dugout, if he did that maybe Yankee fans would think twice about booing the best position player to play for their team in decades.
It worked well for Beltran.
I don't want to get much into the whole media thing but it is really out of control here. If A-Rod farts, people are smelling it to critique his diet. They even broke his balls because he decided to get some sun in Central Park before a game 1 day. I worry that it will push him out of here. Maybe he shouldn't but he reads more sports pages and listens to more sports talk than any other sports star.
"Stupidity is also a gift of God, but one musn't misuse it."
Me or the "fans"??
the fans, the media, the fart smellers ...
All of those clowns boo-ing the best player in the game.
Its just stupid.