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Boudin rouge

Since: 2.1.02
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Sitting here watching the Pirates Reds game, I am just amazed at the unintentional comedy potential in Mike Fetters. I'm a diehard Pirates fan, but watching Fetters prepare to receive the sign before every pitch STILL cracks me up.

Who do you guys think is the funniest player to watch?

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Rocker. By far. Everything about the man is humerous. From his ramblings about the 7 train into Shea to his nervous ticks on the mound. As soon as he rockets out of the bullpen, I know I'll be laughing for at least 10 minutes non-stop.

Is Brooklyn in the house? Yes, yes I think it is.
Boudin rouge

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Does he even count as a baseball player anymore? I'd just list him under the "freak" category. Almost like Mike Tyson and his boxing. No one cares what he does on the field, they just want to see him cause controversy, which, obviously, he is very good at.

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Boudin rouge

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Pete Harnicsh is freaking hilarious. When the game is on the line and the Reds need a big hit he will get a helmet and a bat and start warming up in the dugout like he is going to hit. Hilarious to see in person.

I think if you are in the passing lane, and not passing, your license should be revoked, and you should be forced to ride the bus until you promise to never delay the rest of us again.
--George Carlin
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I never thought highly of Little as a manager prior to 5 outs to go on that awful October night. However, he did win over 90 games in both of his seasons as a major league manager, so he does have a better resume than other recycled managers.
- redsoxnation, Dodgers hire Grady Little (2005)
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