On Tuesday, following his arrest for drunk driving, Yovani Gallardo briefly spoke to the media. He admitted he made a mistake, and that it was something he shouldn’t have done. Gallardo even went so far as to apologize to me – in the sense that he said he was sorry to Brewers fans and everyone else in the city, which obviously includes me.
Gallardo’s exact words were:
“I’m sure I’ve lost a lot of respect from a lot of fans, but I just want to apologize. I apologize to the fans, to my teammates, my family. […]
“Like I said, I just want to apologize to the whole organization and all the people in Milwaukee for my actions. It’s not very easy. It’s one of those things — I truly am sorry. I’m going to make sure something like this never happens again. Whatever circumstances, consequences, whatever I have to do so this won’t happen again, I’m going to do it.”
Since Gallardo was so thoughtful to apologize to me – and I have no reason to th