Absolutely Adequate wrote:Or was it the unnecessarily hard slide into second? Really, to me, the Yankees only complaint is that Pedro threw at Garcia. The difference between that and the three things the Yankees did? The Yankees did theirs on purpose. Maybe Pedro did, maybe he didn't. But the things the Yankees did aren't even up for debate. They were intentional.
Really. Cleat marks in the groundskeepers back. It's classless.
Spoken like a true, unbiased fan.
I think that both of the teams were so out of line but for you to say that "the Yankees only complaint is that Pedro threw at Garcia" is minimizing it. If not for that action, the rest would not have occured. What Pedro did was start this terrible chain of events.
Right. Had Pedro not thrown at Garcia--if that was what happened--Nelson would not have assaulted the groundskeeper. Man, your logic is horrible.
And, leaving out that incident, are you really going to tell me that three wrongs--Pedro's pitch, and the Yankees following up with Garcia's slide and Zimm's attack--make a right?
So if you kill my mother, and I respond by killing yours, it's your fault that your mother is dead?
Have you heard of this little ol' thing called personal responsibility? Uggh, this is making me sick.
I'm back. Sorta.
Do not boo Johnny.