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Kevin Youkilis, Still A Sissy

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This time, Kevin Youkilis just wasn't going to take it anymore. In the bottom of the second inning tonight, 20 year-old Rick Porcello hit Youkilis in the upper arm with a fastball. Youkilis hesitated for a second (to give the catcher enough time to stop him), then charged the mound. This was a defining moment for the league's biggest sissy.




Let's break down Youk's epic charge of the mound. We already talked about the slight delay so someone could stop him, so we'll pick it up from there. I think Youk was sprinting to the mound, but it's hard to tell when a guy is that slow. Porcello seemed shocked and backed off the mound. When Youkilis got close enough, he threw his helmet at Porcello. Basically, the equivalent of hitting someone with your purse. He then proceeded to try to hug the young righty. Porcello was having none of it and flung Youkilis to the ground like a rag doll. When the benches cleared Porcello had Youkilis's sissy body pinned to the infield grass, and he may have been giving him head noogies and calling him a bitch, but I can't confirm that.

Once his teammates were able to pull the lanky kid off poor Kevin, he went about whining to whoever would listen and acting tough.

I've often made fun of Youkilis for pretending like he was really mad at pitchers for hitting him, but never doing anything about it. Basically, he would give the "hold me back, I'm reallly mad," posture at home plate, but never do anything. Well, he finally followed through on all the hard looks and somehow he came out looking even weaker. Congrats, Youk. It's going to be years before anyone challenges you for the title of the biggest sissy in baseball.

By the way, this was the 10th time the king of all sissies has been hit by a pitch this season, 9 other players have been hit as many times. Chase Utley leads the league with 17, typically the league leader is over 20 for the season. Enough of the "they all throw at me, it's not fair" b.s.

UPDATE: Youkilis is taking his whining, bitchy act to the internet. 

7 Comments

very witty. lmao. enjoyed the purse comparison! I didn't even see it yet, but i think you nailed it! LMAO

What a beyotch. What a crybaby. What a pitiful excuse for a human being. By the way, without his steroids, he would be even worse.

Whats funny, is Porcello was shocked, like he didnt mean to hit him...

Whats lame is the Bo-sox beaned Cabrera twice in two games, but they always hit hime first, then Tiger pitchers beaned Youk in retaliation.

As a Tiger fan, I know we are one of the weaker division leaders out there, but please Bosox, dont take your frustration on your inability to avoid getting swept by the Evil empire on us!

youkilis is such a big pu$$y

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Beaned him on the hand on purpose, as he was swinging? That's a real feat, especially for a 23 year old japanese kid making his first start. I'd sign him right now for A-rod money if he could pull that off.

Get rid of the DH and eliminate two problems. First, no more fat a**es who couldn't play the field if their lives depended on it (the steroid boys) and, when American League pitchers have to stand in the batters box, they'll stop all this nonsense of throwing at opposing players. I don't care who's right or who's wrong. In the NL, that pitcher knows full well that HE just might get plunked (maybe a broken bone in his pitching hand?).

Honestly, I don't think it's the DH, I think it's the complete pussification of baseball. Used to be, you hit one of ours, we hit one of yours. Simple as that. Now you have the umps trying to police it instead of the players and you get guys feeling like the umps should take care of it so they're overly sensitive to retaliation. You don't see a lot of pitchers getting hit in the NL, never really did. Hit our best, we hit your best. Eventually, guys get the message.

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