I don't get it. I'm not a lip reader.
He's saying "fuck you bitches". Apparently it was from a booth reivew (went in the Pats' favor).
You are the internet champion today. Congratulations.
is that from this weekend? do we know to whom he is speaking?
Supposedly he was talking to Wes Welker and Deion Branch, who were giving him shit about the previous play.
It's all over! Great season Cabrera!
I have to remember to never read too far down on ESPN articles. The comments there about Miggy are disgusting at best.
The only thing ESPN message boards are good for is decreasing one's faith in the human race.
CBSSports.com had (has?) a fan poll for MVP on their general MLB home page. When I looked (an hour or two ago) the vote was something like 82% for Cabrera and the rest for Trout. (I only voted once. Honestly.)
I suppose I should check again now that the games are over.
Triple Crown secured.
Here in KC to witness it...amazing to be a part of this moment, huge ovations from the whole crowd here all night. Best sports moment I've witnessed!
Follow it up with Oklahoma Joe's. Fat and happy. Mmmmmm.
You stay classy, KC. Thanks for the warm regards for Miggy.
BTW, Tom Verducci is the biggest asshat in the world. I don't want to play the R card but, really?
Man, you made me click on it...
It really does take a true asshat to say "this used to happen a lot. Now it happens less, so it matters less."
If Trout were Venezualen and spoke broken english and Cabrera the all American kid I wonder if conversations downplaying the triple crown like this would be taking place."
This comment sums it up. Like you said, hate to pull the race/ethnic card, but it's so weird that all of a sudden the triple crown is so meaningless to everyone. Growing up (I'm 26, so not that old), it was like this unattainable thing that only baseball legends could reach. When Cabrera does it, it's all of a sudden a cassette tape that old people thought was cool.
Looks like I'm missing the first few innings.
Frank Robinson was quoted as saying: "Miguel Cabrera has been outstanding all year long by coming to play every day, showing his discipline at the plate and making the most of his great talent"
Carl Yastrzemski rang in as well: "I am glad that he accomplished this while leading his team to the American League Central title. I was fortunate enough to win this award in 1967 as part of the Red Sox 'Impossible Dream' Team."
(Source article from Detroit News: LINK)
Congratulations to Miguel Cabrera on an amazing and rare feat. Go Tigers!
of Miguel Cabrera's life. Must get old. These people don't even really talk with him!
Congrats Cabby. GO TIGS!!!!!!!!!