The mooning of Papi? Dare to BELIEVE

The mooning of Papi? Dare to BELIEVE

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Did the Blue Jays shortstop question the Redsocks sexual orientation?

MLB is checking whether Yunel Escobar played Saturday’s game against Boston while wearing a homophobic slur in Spanish. Says CBS Sports:

Pictures posted online — including one shot from Getty Images — show Escobar with the message “tu ere maricon” written in his eye-black, a sticker players wear under their eyes to reduce glare from the sun.

The phrase can be translated to “you are a f—–.”

My take: Yunel should be able to wear his mascara any way he likes. Everyone knows if a player feels prettier, he'll play better, and the right make-up always enhances a gal's self-esteem!


John M said...

Over time, Latin players have had a tendency to wear accountrements (certain large necklaces, hairbands) a gringo would normally associate with female fashionistas. I supposed this proves how manly and macho they are. Perhaps I totally misunderstood.

Anonymous said...

Escobar was conversing with Tommy Boy