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***Official MLB 2013 Season Thread (1 Viewer)

Brady Marino said:
Pujols booed in Cincinnati.

Slap it high, Reds fans.
Cincy fans starting to come close to Phillies fans on the classless list.
Yes, booing an opposing player is classless.....said no one ever.
Right, because I'm basing my comment on one single, solitary event and definitely not a collection of events in the past and the Cincy fans I know currently. Yup, you're totally right. :rolleyes:

 
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Every St Louis fan I've ever met likes kiddie porn. (actually true)

Except RnR

 
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Hang on one comment, ignore the rest. The FBG Way.
Make a moronic comment, expect everyone to focus on everything else you said.

The FBG Way
You know what, you're all right. Reds fans are ####### awesome and they're all a bunch of Mother Teresas. Even the ones I know that are dooshbags. :thumbup:
That's more like it! Next time I'm in BFE Michigan (which I pray is never), I'll let you buy me a beer!

 
So, Reds fans should refrain from booing Pujols until they've proven themselves to be gentlemen to Peyton Marino? At which point they may have their booing privileges reinstated? I'm really confused here.

 
So, Reds fans should refrain from booing Pujols until they've proven themselves to be gentlemen to Peyton Marino? At which point they may have their booing privileges reinstated? I'm really confused here.
I made my comment based on the Reds fans that I have had the (dis)pleasure of dealing with. Everyone else has ran away with it and had a fapfest with said comment. Boo all you want, I don't care.

 
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So, Reds fans should refrain from booing Pujols until they've proven themselves to be gentlemen to Peyton Marino? At which point they may have their booing privileges reinstated? I'm really confused here.
I made my comment based on the Reds fans that I have had the (dis)pleasure of dealing with. Everyone else has ran away with it and had a fapfest with said comment. Boo all you want, I don't care.
The Angels and Reds have a lot of history

 
So, Reds fans should refrain from booing Pujols until they've proven themselves to be gentlemen to Peyton Marino? At which point they may have their booing privileges reinstated? I'm really confused here.
I made my comment based on the Reds fans that I have had the (dis)pleasure of dealing with. Everyone else has ran away with it and had a fapfest with said comment. Boo all you want, I don't care.
The Angels and Reds have a lot of history
As contentious a rivalry as there is in sports.

 
Wow Pablo is a big fat ### right now. :o

Kershaw not yet feeling the ill effects of the offseason hip surgery dparker713 did. :coffee:

 
Not sure what that "song" is in the Jackie Robinson movie trailer, but it's a disgrace to baseball.

 
So, Reds fans should refrain from booing Pujols until they've proven themselves to be gentlemen to Peyton Marino? At which point they may have their booing privileges reinstated? I'm really confused here.
I made my comment based on the Reds fans that I have had the (dis)pleasure of dealing with. Everyone else has ran away with it and had a fapfest with said comment. Boo all you want, I don't care.
How many Reds fans do you know?

 
So, Reds fans should refrain from booing Pujols until they've proven themselves to be gentlemen to Peyton Marino? At which point they may have their booing privileges reinstated? I'm really confused here.
I made my comment based on the Reds fans that I have had the (dis)pleasure of dealing with. Everyone else has ran away with it and had a fapfest with said comment. Boo all you want, I don't care.
How many Reds fans do you know?
A dozen at minimum, through either work or through online activities. Admittedly it may be small sample size. But, before the Reds sudden surge of success, I barely heard a peep from the limited Reds fans I knew at the time. Suddenly, the Reds fans I know have become cocky, arrogant, and downright malicious.

I should have elaborated before I said the original comment. I didn't, and because of that, some internet posters got their rocks off at my expense.

 
So, Reds fans should refrain from booing Pujols until they've proven themselves to be gentlemen to Peyton Marino? At which point they may have their booing privileges reinstated? I'm really confused here.
I made my comment based on the Reds fans that I have had the (dis)pleasure of dealing with. Everyone else has ran away with it and had a fapfest with said comment. Boo all you want, I don't care.
How many Reds fans do you know?
A dozen at minimum, through either work or through online activities. Admittedly it may be small sample size. But, before the Reds sudden surge of success, I barely heard a peep from the limited Reds fans I knew at the time. Suddenly, the Reds fans I know have become cocky, arrogant, and downright malicious.

I should have elaborated before I said the original comment. I didn't, and because of that, some internet posters got their rocks off at my expense.
So how many of that dozen includes people you "know" online here?

 
So, Reds fans should refrain from booing Pujols until they've proven themselves to be gentlemen to Peyton Marino? At which point they may have their booing privileges reinstated? I'm really confused here.
I made my comment based on the Reds fans that I have had the (dis)pleasure of dealing with. Everyone else has ran away with it and had a fapfest with said comment. Boo all you want, I don't care.
How many Reds fans do you know?
A dozen at minimum, through either work or through online activities. Admittedly it may be small sample size. But, before the Reds sudden surge of success, I barely heard a peep from the limited Reds fans I knew at the time. Suddenly, the Reds fans I know have become cocky, arrogant, and downright malicious.

I should have elaborated before I said the original comment. I didn't, and because of that, some internet posters got their rocks off at my expense.
So how many of that dozen includes people you "know" online here?
Zero. Didn't include you in my commenting because, at my error, I didn't associate you as being a Reds fan. That was my mistake, as I have no quarrel with you at all.

 
So, Reds fans should refrain from booing Pujols until they've proven themselves to be gentlemen to Peyton Marino? At which point they may have their booing privileges reinstated? I'm really confused here.
I made my comment based on the Reds fans that I have had the (dis)pleasure of dealing with. Everyone else has ran away with it and had a fapfest with said comment. Boo all you want, I don't care.
How many Reds fans do you know?
A dozen at minimum, through either work or through online activities. Admittedly it may be small sample size. But, before the Reds sudden surge of success, I barely heard a peep from the limited Reds fans I knew at the time. Suddenly, the Reds fans I know have become cocky, arrogant, and downright malicious.

I should have elaborated before I said the original comment. I didn't, and because of that, some internet posters got their rocks off at my expense.
So how many of that dozen includes people you "know" online here?
Zero. Didn't include you in my commenting because, at my error, I didn't associate you as being a Reds fan. That was my mistake, as I have no quarrel with you at all.
Oh, I wasn't accusing you of doing so. Just curious why type of attitude is contributing to this perception of yours. I of course know A LOT of Reds fans. Apathetic sure (unfortunately), but classless and cocky would not be near the top of adjectives.

 

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