Monday, March 26, 2012

MLB DUI Epidemic Continues

Add pitchers Matt Bush of the Tampa Bay Rays and Bobby Jenks of the Boston Red Sox to the list of idiots that have decided to drive drunk. I guarantee there are many other MLB players that are doing the same thing on a regular basis, but are going uncaught. It's just dumb. They make tons of money. Call a f'n cab. There is no excuse for driving under the influence of alcohol. Bush is even a bigger dickhead because he critically injured a motorcyclist and then fled the scene. DUI is selfish bullshit!

Previous Offenders/Douchebags:
Mark Grace may not be a current MLB player, but we're going to add him to the infamous list of douchebags to be arrested for a DUI this year anyway (mugshot seen to the right). The 46 year old former firstbase star of the Chicago Cubs and current Arizona Diamondbacks announcer was pulled over during the Memorial Day weekend and didn't pass the field tests. Stupid, stupid man. Mark Grace is disgraceful.

Other idiots from earlier this year...

Since the turn of the calendar year from 2010 to 2011, 6 MLB players have been arrested for DUI. That's bullshit! The Mariners Adam Kennedy, Miguel Cabrera of the Tigers, Austin Kearns of the Indians, the Oakland Athletics Coco Crisp, Derek Lowe of the Braves, and now Shin-Soo Choo of the Indians. C'mon fellas, seriously?!?!?!?!

They have the money to do what the want, and one of those things should be hiring a f'n chauffeur, calling for a cab, or text a teammate to pick you up. Something, anything, but drive yourself while under the influence. I'm not pissed off that they drank to the point of inebriation, because that would be hypocritical of me. Nope, I'm pissed that they're stupid and selfish enough to put themselves and others in danger by operating a motor vehicle when it's simply not a necessity. Have we learned nothing from Nick Adenhart's tragic death or the saga of Jim Leyritz?


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