Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Sportsmanship

We need more people like this in professional sports.

8 comments:

CharlieDelta said...

Sucks to say, but if those chicks were making millions of dollars a year to win games, the injured chick would still be at first base...

kerrcarto said...

That is why I do not watch professional sports. Little League is where it is at.

CharlieDelta said...

I agree Josh. 100%. It's a whole different ballgame (sorry) watching kids playing with nothing but heart and having fun doing it.

Little League bets back on again this year?

rayvet said...

Wow, that is cool as hell. Reminds me of the way "the game" was when I was a kid in the 70's playing little league. Not sure if it's like that anymore with all the stupid non bending rules, uber competitive parents and coaches etc. etc. But as you guys said, community ball is WAY more enjoyable than pro ball. Hell, I've even become sickened by college ball which was my go to sport after the pussie baseball players went on strike years ago.

kerrcarto said...

You fucking know it. You owe me a shirt!

kerrcarto said...

rayvet, the nanny state pussies have even infiltrated the Little League. There are so many horseshit rules we have to put up with as coaches that it almost makes me want to just say fuck it. If they start making me wear a helmet with a face mask on it to basecoach (which they are considering) I'm fuckin done.

Claude said...

I saw your post on Facebook. So moving...Youngsters (like my grandkids) do everything with their hearts.

CharlieDelta said...

I owe you a shirt? What do you mean kerrcarto? You have to actually WIN one of our drunken wagers first dude. LMAO! I suppose I should've warned you in '09 though; never bet against Parkview in the Little League World Series...

What I DO owe you is a chance to win your money (shirt) back though. If something bet-worthy comes up, you know how to get ahold of me. I don't bet on just anything though. I have to have some interest and/or pride in what I put my money on, and Dancin' With The 'Tards, et al just don't cut it...