Found November 07, 2013 on Baseball Professor:
There were many disappointing players in 2013. Many people lost their leagues because of players like B.J. Upton, Ike Davis, and Starlin Castro. Behaving in a civil manner, lets do what most Americans do when something doesn’t go their way. Lets go to court! 1. The Curious Case of B.J. Upton Charges: General Terribleness, Falsifying Busting Out of a Slump, Hitting the DL (Ironically the only thing he hit all year) Upton is the most guilty offender from the 2013 season. Evidence: .184 BA ,9 HR, 12 SB, .557 OPS, 34% K-Rate The Case: What the hell? I don’t know if the Upton family spent too much time clubbing with Aaron Hernandez during the season or if they kicked a gypsy on their way to Atlanta, but clearly something weird went on with these two idiots this season. While B.J. is the one on trial here, his brother was definitely an accomplice to these crimes and will be forced to take the stand later. B.J. struck out and struck out, then had a 2-homer game causing everyone to assume h...
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