Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Bobby Cox Is Officially The Angriest Man In Baseball History


Some observers have noted with surprise that prior to his record setting 132nd career ejection tonight, Bobby Cox had not been thrown out of a game in nearly two months. Some may suggest he was watching his step in the hopes of delaying the seemingly inevitable ejection for as long as possible; I submit that he was waiting until the birthday of Earl Weaver, possibly the greatest arguer of the last thirty years, to set the record. Sort of a tribute for Earl.

SI.com called this a "dubious distinction". Cox is embarrased. I am gleeful.

Photo: Comcast

5 Comments:

The Knuckler said...

I feel the same way. This is definitely a unique stat.

In case you're interested, I came up with some other fun stats about Bobby.

http://blogs.msg.com/gameon/2007/08/stats-shmats--2.html

Anonymous said...

Damn right he's angry. Just ask Pamela Cox, once her bruises heal.

Anonymous said...

IF THIS FAT ASS USELESS MOTHER FUCKER WERE MANAGER ANYWHERE ELSE, FUCKWAD WOULD HAVE BEEN GONE.

Anonymous said...

hey hey ho ho bobby cox has got to go
hey hey ho ho jeff francoer has got to go
hey hey ho ho atlanta braves really blow

Anonymous said...

Shut the fuck up you pathetic, dirt wretch. I outta come punch you out. Bobby Cox stands up for his players and against the amateur umpiring in MLB. Yeah, he's got to go alright, 14 straight division titles, yeah, fire that guy. Dumbasses, so the braves have a few bad years, sounds pretty normal to me for a baseball team.... idiots.