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Apr 23 2014

Fucken Pine Tar

Michael Pineda just got ejected from the Yanks-Sockes game because he had a fucken blobbe of motherfucken pine tar on his GODDAMN MOTHERFUCKEN NECK!!!11!! The rule against this is to prevent pitchers from depositing mass (or removing mass, in the case of nail files) from the outside of the ball to make it more asymmetrical and get more movemement. Al Leiter and David Cone just admitted in the YES booth that they kept illegal substances on their belts to get a decent grip on the ball.

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  1. 1
    Cuttlefish

    Fucken cheaters.

  2. 2
    carlie

    Good grief, what does he think this is, Bull Durham?!

  3. 3
    Lithified Detritus

    So woulde you be equally pissed if the fucker pitched for the Sockes? Even on his fucken neck itte would still be accessible for cheating.

    Tigers are first in the Central Division, BTW…

  4. 4
    Chebag

    Cheatfucks. What a joke of a “sport”.

  5. 5
    Trebuchet

    Wow! An MLB pitcher doctoring the ball! It’s unheard of! What’s next — bike racers doping?

  6. 6
    Kimeli Kikkemboo

    Pine tar… yummy! Goes nicely with vodka and ice-cream, shampoo, hand soap. Also used in the bottom of skis and waterproofing roofs, boats, and ship’s rigging, and of course to treat minor and moderate knife and ax wounds.
    Shame on you who use this holy goo for cheating. I hope it gives you cancer.

  7. 7
    Trebuchet

    A talking head on CNN just said that Pineda clearly subscribes to the Gary Hart school of cheating. He’s not very good at it.

  8. 8
    colnago80

    The only thing newsworthy about this fuckketard is that he got caught. How many pitchers illegally throw spitballs?

  9. 9
    subbie

    His name is Pine Da fer Christ’s sake. What did you expect?

  10. 10
    Trebuchet

    The only thing newsworthy about this fuckketard is that he got caught. How many pitchers illegally throw spitballs?

    Gaylord Perry is in the Hall of Fame. Most don’t cheat as blatantly as that but I’d guess all have tried it and most doctor the ball in some manner or other pretty frequently.

  11. 11
    Comradde PhysioProffe

    Do you fucken dummeshittes not get that this has nothing to do with “doctoring the ball” to alter its trajectory? It’s about getting a decent grippe on the ball. And no one in MLB or on other teams talking about this thinks it’s about doctoring; only you idiots do.

  12. 12
    Trebuchet

    Do you realize that the rules specifically ban “foreign substances”?

  13. 13
    colnago80

    Re Trebuchet @ #10

    Preacher Roe, who went 22 and 3 in 1951, admitted after he retired that he threw spitballs. Don Drysdale, another hall of fame pitcher also was often accused of doctoring the ball.

  14. 14
    colnago80

    Re Trebuchet @ #12

    Rosin is legal, pine tar is not.

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