Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon has a new hairdo. And it is the most awesomest thing EVER!!!

Papelbon a Wild Thing Papelbon, take 2Apparently, the haircut is the result of a bet between Papelbon and everybody’s favorite jackass, Kevin Youkilis.

6 Responses to “Papelbon a Wild Thing”

  1. I’m more interested in the posts about Youkilis. The term “Brokeback close” needs to leave the American lexicon.

  2. You idiot – The Mason Dixon Line goes North and South. Learn your shit you worthless bum

  3. Actually Joe, the Mason-Dixon line runs East-West. You are both worthless.

  4. I picked up Beltre in my league and immediately took a lot fo shit for it. I’ll stand by the assessment given here at umpbump. I firmly believe he will have better numbers–not the recockulous 40+HRs and 120+RBIs from 2004–but I’d take 20HR, 90RBI, and 20SB if he keeps up the pace.

    Whether or not he can approach .300 remains to be seen.

  5. Good grief….

    Furcal was a computer draftee for my team (long story). I traded him to my brother for the OC (Orlando Cabrera). I also got Alex Rios in the deal.

    Look…Furcal signed a BLOATED contract this offseason, one he didn’t deserve. I mean….c’mon, the only thing he does is steal bases…how does he get 10+ mill a year for that?

    And he isn’t even do that well.

    What a bust.

  6. Man….I’m sticking by this one.

    The OC’s numbers have been so good .284 4hr 33rbi 8sb – for a guy that basically should never have left Boston (way to go Theo), that you CAN’T sit around a wait for Furcal to get it together.

    Dump his worthless ass NOW.

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