March 12, 2012; Surprise, AZ, USA; Kansas City Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer (35) reacts after a play during the fifth inning against the San Francisco Giants at Surprise Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-US PRESSWIRE
This is war. As Lookout Landing would put it, we will slaughter this evil city entire and dance in their blood.
Eric Hosmer and Mike Moustakas were "dinged up" yesterday.
This is a case of GIANT malfeasance. A GIANT outrage. A tremendously GIANT transgression.
Hosmer hit the ground along the first-base line and snared Nate Schierholtz's grounder, rolled over onto his back and managed to get a toss to pitcher Jake Odorizzi, ending the Giants' fifth. But Hosmer stayed down for a few moments and looked as if he jammed his right shoulder.[...]
I will not stand by and let this transgression go unaddressed. We have 10 straight division championships to win.
Schierholtz, I have no words for you. None. Your name is absurdly difficult to spell and looks hideous on the page. Retire from baseball immediately. Seek exile in Sao Tome & Principe. Maybe they will accept you and your blackguard ways there. As for Santiagoo Casilla... how dare you, sir? How dare you? Schierholtz has his baby excuses. You have none. I can only hope Moose pities you and deigns to leave you to a pathetic life of remorse.