6.27.2012

Cheating From Last Night



I didn't see this until today because watching ESPN Sportscenter is mindnumbing. Heck, if you can even get to see a highlight on that show you're doing good because they have to have 80% of the time dedicated to "analysis."

Anyway, why aren't sports self-policing? If some player can get away with something or if he knows the wrong call has been made in his favor, he just keeps his mouth shut. That's the way it has always been. (Golf is different. Golf is like a game played in Heaven with God watching your every move.)

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Golf is like a game played in Heaven with God watching your every move" Where are you Barry? Do you believe in God or not? Your support of rump rangers tends to indicate that you do not.

Triple Fake... said...

the question should be "How did the ump make the call when the player didn't come up with the ball in his glove?" That's the only reliable method they have of verifying the out.
Self-policing would be nice, but it was the cop on duty that dropped the ball, so to speak, on that play

Timmy Diaper said...

Criminal defense attorneys should tell the judge, jury, and prosecutors when they have evidence of their client's guilt.

Anonymous said...

So Buddhists don't play golf?

DF Dalai Lama

Anonymous said...

The game of golf requires self policing. However, you should see the liberties taken by the good Christians that I play with. It would be considered a "sin". No matter, they think all will be forgiven on the death bed.

Anonymous said...

Doesn't it work like this in baseball? If the ump makes the call it's the call. Even if the player had said hey I didn't catch the ball could the ump have overruled his call?

Anonymous said...

A liberal worried about cheating? It was a good call because anything else would have made him feel bad about himself.

Anonymous said...

Can't see it, Shows video is no longer available to to copyright claim by the MLB.

Fix that Barry.

Anonymous said...

What result if the player had simply opened his glove after the call was made and showed the ump he didn't have the ball? Would the ump have revered his call? In baseball? NO BLOODY WAY!

Anonymous said...

Confucious say....

Man with ball on ground has no legs.

Anonymous said...

Who cares about this S*** I sure as hell don't so why should you?

Anonymous said...

MLB copyright caused your video link to disapper, BG.