Found October 25, 2011 on Unathletic:
The few baseball fans across America who have been watching the World Series owe Tony LaRussa a big “F U”. Are you that big of an arrogant jerkoff that you think we actually believe your story? Tony LaRussa showed his true colors last night; the guy couldn’t possibly take the blame for his mistake. Motte. Lynn. Say both of those names. They sound nothing alike. Even if the phone was breaking up, Motte sounds nothing like Lynn, and Lynn sounds nothing like Motte. Oh, it was the crowd noise. That was the problem. Either way, the Cardinals manager is part of an epic disaster. Can they rebound from last night’s circus? Probably not. I’m not a LaRussa fan. The guy is one of the biggest a$$holes in baseball. If you ever listen to him talk your ears probably sting from the arrogance. He certainly didn’t let anyone down last night with his press conference after the game. Tony, you’re an accomplished manager, just accept the blame and move on. I wonder if last night he was gr...
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