First, the San Francisco Giants lost their catcher, Buster Posey, to one of the most gruesome athletic injuries since Joe Theismann's career was ended when Lawrence Taylor snapped his leg in December of 1985.
Then, the San Francisco Giants' (formerly?) well-respected GM Brian Sabean lost his mind Thursday night. He viciously lashed out at the Florida Marlins' Scott Cousins, whose hard hit caused Posey to break his left ankle and tear ligaments. On KNBR Radio in San Francisco, Sabean said "If I never hear from Cousins again or he never plays another game in the big leagues, I think we'll all be happy," and added "we'll have a long memory. You can't be that out-and-out overly aggressive. I'll put it as politically as I can state it: There's no love lost and there shouldn't be."
The ill-willed comments prompted many angry reactions from Major League Baseball, the Marlins and even the Giants owners, who issued a statement distancing the club from Sabean's outburst.
Finally, Posey ...