Now a radar gun story

Now this is getting out of control. This World Series really needs more action and less speculation. Now there is controversy over the
radar gun and Joel Zumaya . Please.

The radar gun has no impact on the game. Yes, Zumaya looks at the gun. But if he’s throwing to the gun instead of the batters, the Tigers have bigger problems.

What I’m really surprised about is that nobody was mentioning that Zumaya was wearing the same batting practice hat that has become a flashpoint around Kenny Rogers. You know, the one with the black underbill that makes it easier for Rogers to hide his gunk?

3 Comments

  1. ivantopumpyouup

    October 26, 2006 at 2:33 pm

    I noticed the hat in a picture on Sportsline. I thought that was a bit curious considering the controversy swirling around Rogers. I thought maybe he did it to show solidarity with Rogers or something? But you know those Tigers pitchers, he had to have been cheating! :O

  2. Jacob

    October 26, 2006 at 5:21 pm

    It seems like people care more about the stories off the field than on it.

  3. Anne

    October 26, 2006 at 8:31 pm

    In fairness, there hasn’t been that much on the field to talk about–I thought the NLCS would never end, and now the WS seems to be going the same way. But man, hatin’ on Tiger pitchers seems to be the popular fill-in pastime in St Louis these days. Did anyone see the story in the Freep about the woman selling T-shirts calling Rogers a cheater? Seems she used copyrighted MLB images on the shirts without permission and now is in a bit of trouble. Oh the irony is delicious.