Found September 05, 2012 on The Bay Cave:

Bobby Valentine throws a jab at Rays' manager Joe MaddonBoston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine is under a lot of heat from the media and fans in Boston. In his latest raging tirade, Bobby Valentine coices his anger during a radio interview with WEEI in Boston and uses Rays’ manager Joe Maddon as an example to validate his case.

Valentine was late to a game last week against the Oakland A’s. When asked about his late arrival, this was his emotional and sarcastic response:

When I walked into the clubhouse with my son, the press was already in the clubhouse. You would think that one of these incompetent people would say, or ask a question, ‘Hey, why is it 4 o’clock?’ and, you know, 4 o’clock, I mean, that’s so late for a 7:15 game. Joe Maddon gets there every day at 4 o’clock, just for the record.

Maddon would later post his response on Twitter.

The interview was typical Bobby Valentine, full of anger and sarcasm. He even went as far as telling the host he would punch him in the mouth.

For the full radio interview, click here.

(Reuters photo)

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