Oct 6 2010, 05:06 AM
Good baseball player...bit of a cry baby though. Anyone else see him try to fake getting hit with that ball and in reality it only bounced off of the bat...w/e
Oct 23 2010, 08:24 PM
yeah what's up with that.
he's not even cute wtf
Oct 24 2010, 08:10 AM
This isn't cheating...it's sports. The only people who don't understand this mentality are probably people who've never played sports. You don't give away an advantage due to a refs mess up. It's like taking a test. If you get your test back and you see a question was marked right that was actually wrong, you don't run up to the teacher and demand she change it to wrong.
This happens all the time in all sports. People are TAUGHT to play this way. You're taught to sell the call to the ref.
You can call it being a crybaby but it's really not. I feel this same way about paul piece in the NBA. He annoys me with his flopping that leads the refs to unfairly award him freethrows, but at the end of the day, that is an element of the game. It's his job to get to the line. Sports has always thrived off exploiting small advantages anywhere you can get them.
Also, in sports that don't want to use instant replay in regards to calls, it's their own fault they have more errors than sports who do.