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Some Words For Chi-Town Skipper Tony LaRussa: Listen To Your Black Superstar !

After causing a firestorm with his chastizing of rookie Yermin Mercedes for homering on a 3-0 pitch with the White Sox holding a 15-4 lead over the Minnesota Twins on Monday, La Russa defended comments he made Tuesday night.
He continuously used words like “sportsmanship” and doubled down on the idea he was in agreement with the Twins throwing at Mercedes.

White Sox superstar Tim Anderson doesn’t exactly appear to jell with his new manager’s mindset. He tweeted “don’t see and don’t hear” shortly after La Russa’s latest press conference

 

 

 

MLBbro.com’s Brandon Carr agrees with TA.

 

New Foreign Substance Rule Won’t Affect MLBbros | You Know How We Play

MLB’s Elite Black Players Have Been Playing Musical Chairs WIth The IL

Some of MLB’s best Black Knights have been sidelined with injuries, robbing the fans of some sensational contributions to the game. MVP candidate Byron Buxton, Toronto’s $125 million man George Springer and Black Ace David Price are just a few of the leading MLBbros that have been regulated to the bench due to injury.

There’s definitely something in the air. In the words of Beanie Seagel, ” I can feel it.”