So THAT’S where the flame-throwing, punk-ass rookie bitch gets his juice from!
Continuing a trend of ball players publicly (albeit unintentionally) endorsing video games, the Detroit Free Press is reporting that Joel Zumaya’s injury during this years ALCS (he was injured?) originated out of the pitcher’s constant play of a certain Air-guitar inducing video game.
Club president and general manager Dave Dombrowski told WXYT-AM (1270) on Wednesday the team had concluded Zumaya’s injury resulted from playing a video game, not from his powerful throwing motion.
“That was probably what was taking place,” Dombrowski later told the Free Press.
Zumaya, 22, was known to play “Guitar Hero,” a PlayStation 2 game in which a player uses a guitar-shaped controller to simulate the performance of popular songs.
Good thing Joel wasn’t injured playing a classic like Leisure Suite Larry.