Found September 03, 2013 on Sportress of Blogitude:
Huh. Something tells me this young man isn’t a fan of whichever Baltimore Orioles pitcher was on the mound during a recent Cleveland Indians game (Eye on Baseball speculates that it is Brian Matusz) at Progressive Field. Either that or he just doesn’t like baseball all that much, which is a shame, given the primo […]The post Kid gives Baltimore Orioles pitcher double-barreled middle-finger salute (photo) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.

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