Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Why Won't Alphonso Admit He Was Wrong?

As el duque points out, our own Alphonso--who never misses a chance to say the worst things about Brian Cashman, I mean the very worst things--has been silent on what we now know was the fantastic, hugely successful Montero-Pineda trade. You got to ask, where is he? Where is Alphonso? He's usually right in your face, telling you this and that and bup-bup-bup and everything he thinks. But since it was proven that Montero's such a loser and we were right to get rid of him? Not a peep from Alphonso.

No accountability. That's a problem, folks. No accountability. My guess is, he's never going to admit the truth. They never do until we make them.

Sad.

6 comments:

Buhner's Ghost said...

Don't write off Montero. He might still become the pride of Canada and open a chain of ice cream stores in his native Venezuela. Some players are just late bloomers.

Anonymous said...

I STAND WITH ALPHONSO!!!!

Anonymous said...

SO, LETS GET THIS STRAIGHT.......CASHMAN SENDS AWAY MAJOR LEAGUE CATCHER FRANCISCO CERVELLI (WHO HAD A GREAT SEASON LAST YEAR), AND MAJOR LEAGUE RELIEVER JUSTIN WILSON WHO ALSO HAD A REAL GOOD YEAR LAST YEAR, AND WE WIND UP WITH 2 MINOR LEAGUE PITCHERS WHO DON'T EVEN HAVE STRONG OUTLOOKS ("STUFF-WISE") FROM MOST SCOUTS???........ I STAND WITH ALPHONSO!....LOOK AT THE FACTS FOLKS!....EVEN A BROKEN CLOCK IS RIGHT TWICE A DAY!..... THE PINEDA/MONTERO DEAL WAS CASHMAN'S "BROKEN CLOCK" MOMENT!....MAYBE THE DIDI/SHANE GREENE DEAL IS THE OTHER HALF OF THE BROKEN CLOCK, MAYBE.

Anonymous said...

Plain and simple, Alphonso sucks. He always has.

John M said...

The only thing Alphonso sucks is the lemon wedge after a tequila shot. In fact, I would guess he's been on a bender of sorts lately to prepare for the new season, and that's why he hasn't been around to defend himself.

In fairness, Cashman doesn't get everything wrong, just many things.

Alphonso said...

I have been sucking on lemons, and I am the first guy to vote; YES, Alphonso must stand up to his criticism of the Montego deal.