Some of those caps must be bobby pinned on fcs.
KCRA-TV: A California Little League Baseball coach who suffered a torn Achilles tendon is suing one of his former players for throwing his helmet during a game-ending celebration. The kid is 14 years old. But that isn’t stopping Alan Beck from suing the child and Little League Baseball for $500,000 in pain and suffering in addition to another $100,000 in lost wages and medical bills. Paris’ son allegedly tossed his helmet while scoring the winning run in a game this past spring, and the equipment struck and tore Beck’s Achilles tendon.
I’m actually going to call it a toss up (TOSS UP!!!) between Alan and his lawyer - who WITHOUT QUESTION put him up to it- who had a gem of a quote:
“He is a good guy who was volunteering his time and now he’s in a wheelchair. Who’s the victim here?” Beck’s
cunt faced vampire attorney, Gene Goldman, told KCRA. “This wasn’t part of the game. To have someone throw a helmet in that manner, you just don’t do that.”
Ahem, everyone does that. I mean, EVERYONE. Well, not me – I respected the game. But literally everyone else on the planet threw their bat, threw their helmet, threw their cup in the air, whatever. It’s an entire sport built around tossing a ball around. Things get thrown, better keep your fucking eyes open, jackass, or you’re going to catch something in your eyeball.
You know what I really hated? Guys who wore their baseball hats over the backs of their heads, leaving tufts of hair popping out the front like Hermie from the Rudolph movie. Fucking wear your hat like it was meant to be worn: Covering your entire head of hair, not too low, not too high, just the right amount of bend to the bill, but jesus christ not too much bend. Goes without saying that I do not approve of today’s flat bill ridiculousness. Flat billed baseball hats are preposterous. Also I did not approve of guys who would casually bump the the bill of their batting helmet as they were running the bases, thus popping their helmet off as if they were running so fast – so hard – that the helmet flew off mid stride. Unacceptable.